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THE MIRROR 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Foreword 

The Staff 

Dedication 

Administration 

"The Golden Door" 

Senior Play 

Exchange Students 

National Honor Society 

Junior Prom 

Class Poem 

Senior Section 

Class History 

Baby Pictures 

Candids 

Superlatives 

Candids 

Underclassmen 

Activities 

Clubs 

Sports 

Class Prophecy 

Autographs 

WALTHAM SENIOR HIGH 
Waltham, Massachusetts 







During our high school careers, we, the Class 
of 1959, have become aware of the many de- 
velopments in the field of outer space. As we 
are the first class to graduate since the official 
initiation of this new field, the editors of THE 
MIRROR have built the theme of this year- 
book around "The Age of Space Conquests." 
By perusing the pages of this book in the fu- 
ture years the reader will recall the initial at- 
tempts of the United States in the space field 
and its effects on our modern society. How- 
ever, this yearbook is not only a study of the 
Space Age but is also an actual document of 
the deeds and accomplishments of the Class 
of 1959. 

The editors sincerely hope that with the 
assistance of this book all will find much en- 
joyment reminiscing over many unforgettable 
moments. 

THE EDITORS 






MIRROR STAFF 




ADVERTISEMENTS 





EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 
Martha LaRosee 
Geraldine Rizzo 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Editor — Judi Wilson 
Joy Baldaro 
Eleanor Brownell 
Katherine Cahill 
Lorna Campbell 
Linda Campisi 
Penny Castoldi 
Ann Marie Chisholm 
Dorothy Curtin 
Jane FitzGerald 
Thomas Flaherty 
Alan Flaschner 
Elaine Freeman 
Beverly Holl 
Pauline Kirley 
Terry Larkin 
Patricia MacDonald 
Judy Prendergast 
Paula Ryan 
Sandra Sessi 
Elaine Stern 
Gail Wentworth 

SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Richard Farr 
Alan Hammer 



LITERARY STAFF 

Editor — Marcia Aucoin 
Sylvia Barclay 
Tina Cosgrove 
Donna Carlstrom 
Linda Ferzoco 
Robert Grady 
Deanna Harrington 
Patricia MacDonald 
James Merrill 
Marjorie Owens 
Louis Salamone 
Janet Yamartino 

ART STAFF 

Editor — Dennis O'Leary 
Claire Bradley 
Linda Campisi 
Jane FitzGerald 
Carolyn Gage 
Diane Garside 
Philip McPhee 
Judy Mulholland 
Edith Loesser 
Kathleen O'Ncii 
Paula Ryan 



CLERICAL STAFF 

Editor — Susan Shea 
Patricia Gill 
Patricia Gillis 
Betsy Gray 
Martha Hoyt 
Barbara Jones 
Patricia MacDonald 
Judy Marcolina 
Eleanor Nixon 
Dorothy Savage 
Sally Soles 
Joanne Tomao 
Sheila Withercll 

SPORTS 

Editor — Philip Connors 
Al Graceffa 
Robert Nahiffian 
Pauline Rvdcr 

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Mr Paul Shea. Mrs Constance Gabriel, and Miss Edith Chase for their assistance in 
the preparation of this book. 



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DEDICATION 

we approach the first great milestone in our lives, 
our high school graduation, we owe a debt of grau- 
tude to many people, particularly to our wonderful 
parents. Our parents, through their unselfish sac- 
rifices, have done without many necessities so 
that we could have the benefit of a oetter edu- 
cation. Above this, they have given us many 
intangible gifts, such as sympathy, patience, 
understanding, and the greatest of all gifts, 
love. 
In appreciation for all they have done to 
make our high school days the happiest 
days of our lives, the editors of the 
1959 MIRROR proudly dedicate this 
yearbook to the parents of the mem- 
bers of the Senior C.I ass. 

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MRS. SLAMAN MISS MURRAY 



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FACULTY 



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MR. BELLIVEAU 



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MISS DARMEDY MRS. DUNBRACK 



MR. NEYLON 




MISS BETTS 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 




MR. CLARK 



MISS EATON 



MRS. KEENAN 



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MATHEMATICS 
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MR. MAY 

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT 



MR. CURRY 




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MISS HIRST 



MR. YETTEN 



MR. PERKINS 
Driver Education 




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THE GOLDEN DOOR" 





ROW I, left to right: M. Aucoin, J. 
Chase, C. Stevenson, T. Castellana. C. 
Gage, J. Mulholland. ROW II: P. Ryder, 
D. Carlstrom, L. Stenquist, N. Tedesco, 
J. Prendergast, H. Canter, S. Blomen 
ROW III: M. Gallant, C. Bradley, H. 
Luder, D. Harrington, J. Doria, Miss 
McCullough. ROW IV: R. Farr, W 
Champion, C. Carlman, A. Flaschner, D. 
O'Leary, C. Smith, Rolf Gustavson. Not 
present: M. Owens. M. Dougan, G. Riz- 
zo, P. Connors. 




The students listed above are the authors of "The Golden Door. I 
story of Waltham's economic progress from colonial days to the present 
time. This story is a study in American capitalism, prepared by I I'nited 
States history class under the supervision of Miss Louise G M ' ullough, 
Head of the Social Studies Department. 



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L'AMERIQUE 



New York, enfin! New York devant nous se dressait 
Sombre, majestueux, dans le soir qui tombait, 
Et nous nous bousculions, stir le pont, empresses, 
Avides d' emotions, curieux, emerveille's! 

Oui, nous etions tous la, venus du monde entier, 

Enfants de Belgique, de Suede, de France, 

Tous prets a accomplir un reve familier 

Qui depuis longtemps bercait notre f'tere adolescence. 

New York c'est I 'Amerique, O pap fabuleux, 
C'est la vie tre'pidante des rues et des usines, 
La hate des millions d'ouvriers consciencieux, 
Anonymes cerveaux d'une enorme machine. 

Americains, pourtant, vous navez rien perdu 
De tous ces grands principes que le monde fait valoir 
Vous che'rissez toujours ce qua tout bomme est du. 
Comprehension, respect, amour, honeur, et gloire. 

Dans un monde brulant d' experiences atomiques 
TJ Amerique est restee joie de vivre et gaiete 
Musique romantique et vraie dont le pouvoir magique 
Ebranle notre ame par sa sourde beaute'. 

L Amerique est enfin Ideals, Amour, Humanite' 
Et surtout Liberte, Liberte', Liberie'! 

by 

GENEVIEVE BERNADAC 



AMERICA 



New York at last! New York before us, standing 
Gloomy, majestic in the falling shadows, 
And we were jostling on the deck, eager. 
Full of emotions, curious, astonished! 

Yes, we all were there, from the whole world 
Young people from Belgium, Sweden, France, 
All ready to achieve a familiar dream, 
Which for a long time had been stirring in our youthfu 
minds. 

New York is America, O fabulous country! 
It is the pulsating life of the streets and the factories, 
The hurry of millions of conscientious workmen, 
Anonymous brains of a huge machine. 

Nevertheless, Americans, you have lost none 

Of those great principles which people of the world 

glorify; 
You always cherish what is owed to every man, 
Understanding, respect, love, honor, and glory. 

In this Atomic Age 

America retains its gaiety and joy of life, 
The magic power of its romantic music 
Moves our very soul by its fascinating rhythms. 

But even more America stands for Ideals, 

Love, Humanity, 
And above all Liberty, Liberty, Liberty! 




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"TURN BACK THE CLOCK" 



CAST 

Mrs. Palmer Claire Bradley 

Mr. Palmer Paul Mogan 

Johnny Louis Salamone 

Charlie Converse Smith 

Sally Frances Waitkunas 

Evie Suzanne Bourque 

Larry Allan Flashner 

Maybelle Jane FitzGerald 

Phyllis Judy Vannassee 

Irene ... Madaline Collura 

Ollie Ernest Bilodeau 

Barbara Patricia MacDonald 

Hilda Natalie Castoldi 

Chubby Donald Bell 

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Hi Kids, 

This year in Waltham has been, and will always be, one of 
the most important in my life. I had so many new experiences 
and such a wonderful time. I remember that in the beginning a 
lot of details surprised me — the number of cars and their size, 
the liberty that the teenagers were enjoying and their opportunity 
of having a job, the hurry of the life, the nicknames given to 
everybody, the freedom between parents and children, between 
teachers and pupils, the relative ease of the American school 
system. But I was also amazed to find how similar Americans 
and French are, how their , problems and preoccupations, their 
way of thinking, their feelings and ideals are the same! 

I already knew that Americans are very friendly people, but 
I learned this year how to understand and appreciate them bet- 
ter. 

I want you to know that you made this year the happiest and 
richest in experiences, that I'll always remember Waltham High, 
Mr. Sheehy, the teachers, and all of you girls and boys whose 
friendship has been so nice and so helpful! 

Thank you, everybody, for your welcoming, your help and 
understanding, your simplicity and kindness. I hope I'll come 
back some day to visit you and to tell you again how much I 
enjoyed my stay with you, who contributed so much in giving 
me the best impression of the United States. 

GENEVIEVE BERNADAC 



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Hi Kids, 

As Waltham High School's student to West Germany, I sailed from Mon- 
treal, Canada, on June 11. After an enjoyable crossing via Southampton, Eng- 
land, and Le Harve, France, I disembarked at Rotterdam, Holland, and then 
traveled through Holland to Koln, Germany. 

There I was warmly received by my "family," Mr. and Mrs. Troendle, their 
daughter Ingeborg, and their son Volker, all of whom escorted me to my 
"home" in Bensberg, a small town 12 miles east of Koln. 

During my stay in Europe, I had the opportunity to travel through Belgium, 
Luxembourg, and France to Spain, where I spent 12 days on the Costa Brava. 

Having been greatly impressed with the German people, their customs, culture, 
and mode of living, I have a sincere desire to return to Germany and to learn 
a great deal more about this European nation, first in my heart. 

DONNA CARLSTROM 





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Hi Kids, 

"There is the time to meet, there is the time to leave," our proverb says. And the 
time to leave now is coming to me. When the airplane takes me back home, it will also 
carry with me many experiences I've got, many knowledges I've received, many stories 
I'll tell to the people. It is a story of young Americans at work in drug stores, public 
markets, gas stations, washing dishes, baby sitting; it is i story of spirited young Ameri- 
cans cheering their football team (of which they are proud, whether their team is win- 
ning or losing) led by their nice cheerleaders; it is also a story of high school students 
who are busy looking for books for their term papers or book reports; it is another 
story of a vivid classroom which is discussing the work of a famous writer; it is a 
story, it is a story, yes, many stories I can tell to my friends at home. 





Perhaps some of my friends will ask me, "How are American teachers 3 III answer. 
"They are experienced teachers who teach not only knowledges but also discipline and 
seriousness in study They spend much time with their students. " And probably some 
of my friends will compare it with their own teachers: they are good teat hers too; thev 
are teachers who are respected by their students, but they don't have enough tin- 
spend with their students, for they have to teach in two or three other schools each 
day where their energy and their knowledges arc needed. 

And when I am sitting down in front Or my desk to write something about America 
for my school paper. I'll be busy reminding myself of how high school students t 
for their paper, for their yearbook, for their play, fof their dubs, etc 

Thanks a lot to all of you, and I hope I'll sec you all again either here or in Indonesia 
Selamat tinggal (Good-bye) 

Ahraj 



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AUDI" I MR ADNAN 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Scholarship! Leadership! Character! Service! These are the four ideals 
of a National Honor Society, and our society at Waltham High strives 
to live up to these qualities. In our Junior year we were eligible for 
membership in this organization, and this year more senior students have 
joined our ranks. We, the members of the National Honor Society, are 
always ready and willing to perform any duties which might be of service 
to our school. We sincerely hope that the incoming juniors will fulfill 
their obligations as faithfully as we have tried to fulfill ours. 




BOTTOM ROW: T. Castellana. C. Stevenson, S. Grasso. A. Copson. S. Blomen, P. Ryder, J. 
Xunnari, J. Yamartino. J. Chase. MIDDLE ROW: R. Grady. M. Cosgrove, A. Flaschner. TOP 
ROVC: S. Shea. G. Rizzo, M. Owens. J. Doria, D. Carlstrom. H. Luder. B. Jones. C. Miller. C. 
Gage. J. Mulholland. L. Stenquist. S. Soles. 



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THE CHALLENGE TO YOUTH 



In specter form the past doth rise 

To us who now step forth. 
In pensive gaze we view our lives. 

And trace our path on earth. 

With dajnpened eyes all now depart 
To conquer unknown fields. 

To us our country s cries are heard, 
Our country s hopes revealed. 

Oh young minds which in courage bathe, 
'Tis yours this world of woe. 

Armed with knowledge new acquired, 
To vanquish every foe. 

What better chance for fortune has 

Been offered to Ambition? 
We'll stride ahead, new progress make, 

Our knou 'ledge — ammunition. 

Who shall accept this challenge great 
Which all of us must meet ? 

Who first shall be the one to seize 
The victory or defeat? 

Be humble, for ye shall accept 
The torch from lofty hands, 

The Divine Director of our fate 
Is master of our land. 



Marcia Aucoin 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Paul Mogtfl 

VICE-PRESIDENT Donald Hell 

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ABDUL NUR ADNAN College 

79 Lincoln Street 

"Ab," as he is called by his American friends, Al, Bob, Terry, 
and Angie, came to us from Jogsaharta, Indonesia. When "Ab" 
isn't studying his favorite subjects, English and French, he can 
be found participating in the Dramatics Club. Abdul hopes to 
attend a college and become "a good journalist." 
Activities: Dramatic Club 4. 

ANDREW ALA College 

58 Madison Road 

Andy, who can be found with Don, Dave, and Art, has 
high hopes for the University of Massachusetts . . . biology 
and swimming rate high with this lad . . . Good luck, Andy ! 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 




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JAMES ALLEN College 

6-G Hansen Road 

This young man came to W.H.S. via St. Mary's . . . math and 
football rated tops with Jimmy. While future plans are indefi- 
nite, Jimmy may enter the ranks of Uncle Sam. 

Activities: Football, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Assembly, 4. 




JANET ANDERSON Business 

I8I/2 Gill Road 

Janet enjoyed business law class with Mr. Glynn best at 
W.H.S., and her friends, Marion, Joan, Mary, Martha, and 
Barbara. We wish "De" good luck in her future receptionist- 
typist position. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff, 3, 4, Mirror Staff, 4. 




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DIANE ANNUNCIATA Business 

84 Albemarle Road 

Shorthand was Diane's favorite subject at W.H.S. In her 
spare time she enjoyed following the competition between 
baseball teams and collecting records. Diane sees secretarial 
school in her future . . . most often seen with her chums Bar- 
bara, Marion, Joan, Mary, and Nellie. 

Activities: Dramatic Club, 3, Softball, 2, Open House Usherette, 
3, Newspaper Staff, 3, 4 

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BEVERLY ARONSON College 

44 Turner Street 

Mass. General Hospital School of Nursing heads Bevie's fu- 
ture plans . . . buddies included Barbara, Nancy, Patty, and 
Janet . . . English was tops with Bev . . . swimming and read- 
ing were among her hobbies. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4, Dramatic Club 4, Senior Play 
Committee, 4. 

ROBERT ARSENAULT General 

58 Central Street 

Likeable Bob could be seen in the corridors of WHS. with 
Robert, Vincent, Bob, and Al . . . favorite pastime is reading 
poetry . . . wishes to become a religious brother. Best of luck 
in the future Bob! 




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MARCIA AUCOIN 
93 Hibiscus Avenue 

When you hear, "Be serious," you know that energetic 
Marcia's on hand. She cheered chemistry and hockey games 
while at W.H.S. This hazel eyed miss hopes to attend a 
liberal arts college. 

Activities: Literary Editor of Mirror 4, Business Staff of Mirror 
3. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 
2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Squad 3, 210 Staff 4, Switchboard 3, Hockey 
Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4, Football Usher 3, Open House 
Usher 2, 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Class Day Usher 3, Per- 
manent Dance Committee 4, Christmas Show 2, 3, 4, Talent 
Show 2, 3. 4, Operetta 3. Glee Club 3. I. Newspaper Staff 
2. 3, 4, Editor 4. 




MILDRED ATKINSON Business 

247 Charles Street 

"Oh, those long, long months until September," says genial 
Millie, who'll be hearing wedding bells then. Bookkeeping 
interested Millie at WHS. . . . Joanne, Cookie, Sonya. and 
Eileen are among her many friends. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Class Day Usher 3, Open House Usher 
2, 3, Graduation Usher 3, Clerk in Business Department J, i 




DAVID BAILEY Business 

25 Lyman Street 

"Hev. Willie the Vamp!" exclaimed "Beetle" . . . likes 
business machines and girls . . dislikes girU who tote trunk 
pockctbooks . . pals arc Charlie. Brian. Roger. Blackfoot, 
Fred, and Phil . . . plans to enter the Navy in February to 
study electronics Good Luck ' 

Activities: German Club 

JOY BALDARO College 

69 Princeton Avenue 

Jovial Joy WU <>nc of W H S 'l hockey cheerleaders. She liked 
Fn.clish with Mrs Shirley best annoyed by people who 

were not punctual often seen in the company of Bonnie. 

Pat. Kittv. and Gerry Plans to attend Bridgewatcr or R 1 State 

College 

Activith Talent Show Christmas Show Seniot 

Pl.iv 1. Hockey Cheerleader >, 4, Sccrctaarv-Treasurcr Student 
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JOHN BARBER General 

17 John Street 

John, who never has enough time to get to class, likes math 
. . . spends spare time building model cars . . . can usually 
be seen with Jim or Bob. Best of luck to this future man in 
uniform. 

Activities: Rifle Club 3. 

PETER BARBER College 

21 Murry Street 

Happy-go-lucky "Pete" may be found playing basketball or 
golf. In his leisure time he is most likely to be seen with Joe, 
Allen, Dick, Angie, and Mac. Enjoyed Mrs. Golding's French 
class at W.H.S. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Maroon Squad 4, 
Home Room Representative 4, Talent Show 3. 




SYLVIA BARCLAY College 

Syl's hobbies are improving her skiing and teaching swim- 
ming classes at the Boys' Club . . . enjoyed German and 
democracy . . . looks to the University of Massachusetts and 
a career as an elementary teacher. What does she think of her 
buddies Lois, Judy, Linda, Cinny, and Sally? "Corker Peachy!" 
Activities: Ski Club President 4, Newspaper Co-Editor of 
Kaleidoscope 4, Secretary of Ski Club 3, German Club 3, 4, 
Ski Club 3, 4, News Staff 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Debating 
Club 2, Mirror-Business Staff 3, Class Day, Open House, 
Graduation Usher 3, Dramatic Club Play 2, 3. 




PATRICIA BARTLETT College 

167 Edgewater Drive 

Quiet "Pat" enjoyed science and activities with her friends, 
Charlotte, Barbara, Nancy, Gerry, Anita, and Marsha . . . 
hopes to attend either Michigan State or University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Basket- 
ball 2, Archery 2, Volleyball 2, United Fund Campaign. 




CAROLYN BASS Business 

40 Wayne Avenue 

"Charlie" as she was called by her comrades, Ann, Shirley, 
Martha, Bev, Ginny, and Beth, enjoyed bookkeeping and typing 
at W.H.S. . . . hobbies include water skiing and roller skating 
. . . attendance at a suburban business college is included in 
the future of this miss. 

Activities: Glee Club 4, Christmas Show 4, Open House Usher 
3, Business Office 4, Girls Sports 2. 

LOIS BEATON College 

95 Lake Street 

Polite "Lois" disliked conceited girls . . . chemistry and Chi- 
nese food were among her many favorites . . . cohorts included 
Syl, Judi, Linda, Elaine, Cyn, and Anita . . . plans to teach 
after graduation from Framingham State Teachers College. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Play 4, Co-chairman 4, News Staff 2, 3, 4, Mirror Staff 
3, Dramatics Club Play 2, 3, Christmas Play 2, 3, 4, March of 
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LORIS BEAUCAGE Business 

144 Willow Street 

"All righty!" chants this charming miss . . . enjoyed Mr. 
Glynn's business law class best at W.H.S. Her friends include 
Fran, Dee, Linda, Charlotte, Bonnie, and Pat. Talking on the 
phone and dancing at the "Tote" were among her favorite 
pastimes. We will probably find Loris, a future medical secre- 
tary, at Chandler's after graduation. 
Activities: Business ^taff of Mirror 4, Pep Club 4. 

DONALD BELL College 

75 Dale Street 

Don can be seen with his friends, Andy, Roy, Kevin, and 
Carl. When he isn't talking with his friends, he might be found 
practicing hockey. In the fall Don plans to attend North- 
eastern, where he will take up business administration. 

Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Home Room Representative 2. 



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DENNIS BELYEA Vocational 

9-3 Gardner Street 

Butch spent much of his spare time with Ronny. Buddy. Dave, 
and Sam . . . liked gym best . . . future plans include a cruise, 
compliments of the U.S. Navy. 



CARL BENSON College 

320 Florence Road 

Known to his friends as "Swede ", Carl and cars are known 
to be found together . . . friends include Will, Joe, and Jerry. 
Technical minded, solid and trig rated tops ... in low looking 
forward to Air Force as a career. Best of Luck, Carl ! 
Activities: Cafeteria 2, 3, 4. 



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BARBARA BERGANTINO Business 

9 Oak Street 

A very versatile girl, Barbara chose as her pastimes plavmc 
the accordion, bowling, and teaching Sunday school Tagged 
"Bergy" by her friends. Barbara. Diane. Karen. Man. Joan, 
and Nellie. Barb plans to work for a while and then enter 
the holy state of matrimony 

Actitiiies: Open House I'sher J; Pep Club I 

(,IMVn\l BTRNADAC. College 

2*i Rumford Avenue 

Popular Gigi. our attractive foreign cm tuner student from 
France, liked going to school in America and all the friends 
she made . . . enjoyed her German clashes plans to be 

teaching English in the future hoone chance. Gcncsicvc' 

Actitiiies: German Club ). Dramatic Club 4. Pep Squad 4 
Home Room Representative (alternate) > 

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ERNEST BILODEAU College 

10 Myrtle Street 

"You too?" was a popular saying with this spirited lad. 
Physics with Mr. Avery was a favorite with Ernie at W.H.S. 
. . . friends included Kenny, Phil, Genevieve, Dick, and 
"Trigger." U. of Mass. is Ernie's destination. 

Activities: German Club 3, Senior Play 4, Dramatics Club 4, 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 4. 

JOAN F. BISHOP College 

38 Barbara Road 

"Hi Kids" says Joan who enjoys playing the piano, swim- 
ming and driving. This tall senior plans to become a secretary 
after going to Chandler's School for Women . . . best friends 
include Claire, Diane, Linda and Joanie. 

Activities: Library 2, Dramatics Club 4, Senior Play Committee 
4, Christmas Show Art Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3, Dance Committee 2, 3. 










SANDRA BLOMEN College 

53 Howard Street 

Sandy, who doesn't like being rushed, spends her spare 
time singing with the "Sunnytones." Her favorite subject at 
W.H.S. was chemistry . . . companions are Terri, Helen, and 
Linnea. Sandy plans to go to Northeastern and become a medi- 
cal technologist. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Glee Club 3, National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Operetta 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Christmas Show 
2, 3, 4, Bloodmobile 3, 4, Newspaper 4, 210 Staff 4, Red 
Cross Rep. 3, Football Usher 3, Class Day Usher 3, Graduation 
Usher 3, Open House Usher 3, 4, Bowling 2. 




LOIS BOMENGEN Business 

15 Alder Street 

Blonde Lois hopes to become a successful secretary upon 
graduating. Of her studies, business machines particularly ap- 
peals to her; in food it's definitely the Italian flavors. Lois' 
bright smile is as familiar to pals Anne, Lorraine, Jean, Nan, 
and Ellen, as it is to iceskating rinks and ballrooms. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative, Cafe Worker, Senior Class 
Day Usher 3. 




MIRIAM BONADIO College 

10 Cedar Street 

Democracy ranked high with Miriam at W.H.S. . . . enjoyed 
collecting popular records . . . friends included Nancy, and 
Elaine . . . she's set her hopes on attending LaSalle Junior Col- 
lege and then becoming a medical secretary. 

Activities: Glee Club, Senior Play Committee 4, 210 Staff, 
Christmas Show 4. 

BARBARA BONICA Business 

120 College Farm Rd. 

Friendly "Bonnie" came to W.H.S. from North Junior. After 
graduation she looks forward to attending Burdett College . . . 
favorite hobbies include water skiing, boating, and swimming 
. . . could be seen with Pat, Lois, Shirly, and Joy. 

Activities: Pep Club Pres. 4, Dramatic Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, 
Mirror Rep. 1, 2, 3, Open House Usher 3, Graduation Usher, 
Operetta. 

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JOSEPH BONICA Technical 

12 Walton Street 

Joe was one of our hot rod enthusiasts and was a mem- 
ber of the courteous "Push Rods." His favorite subject 
at W.H.S. was trig . . . disliked early hours and homework. 
Some of his pals include Jerry, Hohn, Will, Harry, Fred, and 
Wayne. Joe has hopes of attending Northeastern in the fall . . . 
Were crossing our fingers for you, Joe! 

Activities: German Club 3. 

ANN BORDENCA Business 

223 Warren Street 

Ann looks forward to becoming a secretary after graduation 
. . . friends included Carolyn, Susy, and Martha . . . enjoyed 
shorthand and Miss Money's "penny jar" best at W.H.S. 

Activities: Badminton 2, Bowling 2, Glee Club 4, Christmas 
Program 4, Open House Usher 2, 3, 4. 





SUSANNE BOURQUE College 

92 Myrtle Street 

"Sue" is our very own candidate for theatrical honors. No 
one will forget this trouper's performance when on a few days 
notice she accepted the lead in the Senior Class Play . . . Mar- 
sha, Penny, and Doug can testify to Sue's terrific sense of 
humor. At W.H.S. studies agreed with Sue the most; outside 
of school Sue enjoyed reading, skiing, and taking walks. Col- 
lege, is on the agenda for Sue next fall. Best always, Sue! 
Activities: Dramatic Club 2. 3, •. Ski Club 3. -i, Christmas 
Show 3. Operetta 3. Open House Usher 3. Dramatic Club Play 
J, Senior Play 2, 4. 



EILEEN BORNSTEIN College 

43 Eddy Street 

Democracy and French classes were Eileen's favorites at 
W.H.S. . . . friends were Sue, Rose, Martha, and Barbara. 
"That's great!" says Eileen, who plans to enter a nursing school 
in the fall. 

Actiiities: Dramatics Club. 




OR IN MOW I BY Technical 

78 High Street 

Bo liked "trig' elates best at W H S can be seen 

when John Wayne anil Mike aic about future plan 

centered on entering the US Air Force. Good luck: KC \<m 
in the air 

( I MR] BRAD] I V I lege 

Whitman Road 
Talented Claire plans to study occupational therapy 
Central Hospital School o( Nursing art rated as her 

fa\ontc pasture friends included Joan. D< and 

Jan 

Act/: Open House Usher ) latin Club :. V Dramatic 

Club lub Pla\ senior Play 

papet - Mirror All 

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KENNETH BRINK College 

75 Rich Street 

Popular Ken likes advanced math and all sports . . unde- 
cided about which college he'll attend, but the Air Force can 
be seen in the distance . . . favorite pals are Ron, Carl, Dick, 
Ernie, and Rigger. 

Activities: Dramatics Club, Senior Play Representative, Basket- 
ball 2. 

ANDRE BRISSON Vocational 

157 Hillcrest 

"Frenchie" as he is called by his friends, Dennis, Ronald, 
Archie, George, and Don, will seek a job as a printer after 
graduation. When he reaches twenty years of age, he hopes to 
enter the Marines. 
Activities: Football 2, Baseball 3. 



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GERALD BURKE College 

113 Cresent Street 

"Trigger" as he is called by his friends, Dave, Joe, Fred, 
Clay, Will, and Carl, liked English but disliked homework 
and stairs. He plans to strengthen the U.S. Coast Guard with 
his service. Good luck in the future! 




JAMES CAMERON College 

22 Manning Road 

Solid geometry was this North Junior man's top choice at 
W.H.S. "Relaxation" comes in the form of water skiing, swim- 
ming, and boat building. Jacques, as he is called by mrtes Don- 
ald, Ernest, Herb, Harold, Ken, and Larry, has set his course 
for U. of Mass., Maine Maritime Academy, or the Navy. Happy 
sailing ! 

Activities: Ski Club, Cafe Worker 3, Junior Prom Committee 
3, Scoreboard for Football 3. 



JANET CAMP ANA 
41 Hartwell Street 



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Janet enjoyed English best at W.H.S. Constant associates 
included Sue, Elaine, and Nancy. Good luck in the future, 
Janet! 

BARBARA CAMPBELL College 

779 Edgewater Drive 

"Why worry — life is too short" is happy Barb's philosophy. 
Her favorite class was mathematics . . . pastimes are swimming 
and skating. Emmanuel College awaits Barb after graduation 
. . . chums include Barbara, Nancy, Pat, and Irene. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Ski Club 3, Pep Squad 4, Girls' Sports 
2, 3- 



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LORNA CAMPBELL College 

76-2 Garden Circle 

"Never can tell," sighs enthusiastic Lorna . . . dislikes 
conceited people and crowded cafeteria . . . can be found caus- 
ing a commotion with Jane, Linda. Loris, and Paula . . . plans 
to attend Chandler's School for Women and then hear wed- 
ding bells. 

Actiiities: Dramatics Club 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Prom 
Committee 3- 

LINDA CAMPISI College 

79 Barbara Road 

"Come on, kids; line up!" was the command of petite and 
peppy Linda, captain of the football cheerleaders. Biology, with 
Mr. Eames and eating pizza with Jane, Bev, and Gail rates 
high on her list. Linda plans to attend Chandler's, then mar- 
riage. 

Actiiities: Dramatics Club 2, Class Officer 2, Newspaper 2, 3, 
4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Christmas Show 2, 3, 4, Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4, Football Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4, Mirror 
Business Staff 4, Maroon Squad 4, Winner of Tewksbury 
Temperance Essay Contest 3- 






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HELEN CANTER College 

30-A Eddy Street 

North Junior sent us this future math teacher. Busy cheering 
Waltham teams onward, Helen is also a loyal Red Sox fan. 
Friends Terri, Sandy. Janet, Linnie, Audry. and Carolyn are 
rooting to see Helen graduate with honors from Brandeis or 
Northeastern. 

Actiiities: Dramatic Club 2. 3. 4, German Club 2, 3. 4. Latin 
Club 2, 3. Glee Club 3, Christmas Play 2. Senior Play 4. Dra- 
matic Club Play 3. Newspaper Staff 4, L'sher for Football 
Graduation 3, Open House 3. 



PATRICIA CAPONE Business 

224 Dermody Road 

"Patsy" came to us from North Junior . . can be heard 
saying "David, what's for lunch?" . . . dislikes conceited 
boys . . . plans include entering the field of nursing. 

Actiiities: Jr. Red Cross 2, J>, Cafeteria 4. 








CARL CARLMAN College 

213 Dale Street 

Popular, witty Carl enjoyed Dcmocracv bc^t at W.H.S . . 
dislikes "flat tires' . . . future holds in store college, then on 
to the New Fngl.ind College of Pharmacy . . . friends include 
Bill. Frank. Phil. Paul, and John. 

Actiiities. B.j^cH.iII 2, I. Treasurer of Senior C 1 .i - 

DONNA C ARI STROM College 

63 C.indace Avenue 

Donna plans on I liberal arts education, graduate work in 
international relations, and finally work in the diplomatic 
service. As our foreign exchange student. Donna spent the 
summer of 19VS in Germany. Her manv friends include J 
Audrv. and Marcii 

Activities A I s Exchange Student. Curls' ' -ident I. 

Junior Red Cro^s Chairman '- bona! Honor SodetJ 

Debating Club 2. >, I. Latin Club J, I, Christmas Show 
1. MinO paper Staff 4, Open House l'sher 

y 1. Dramatics CluS 

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BARBARA CARSON Business 

35 A Maple Street 

Quiet Barbara liked shorthand and English best at W.H.S. 
. . . Western movies and late dates were among her pet peeves 
. . . friends include Diane, Barbara, Karen, and Joan. After 
working, it's wedding bells for Barbara. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 2, Class Day Usher 3, Open House 
Usher 3, Pep Club 4. 

LINDA CARSON General 

144 School Street 

Lynn enjoys bowling and playing records with friends, 
Paula, Marie, Pat, Irene, and Betty. Democracy was her fav- 
orite subject at W.H.S. . . . after graduation plans on night 
schooling, where she will study typing and bookkeeping. 




WILLIAM CARTER College 

23 Newburgh Street 

A promising engineer, Bill is headed for Tufts College of 
Engineering. Solid and trig rated tops. To his successors he 
leaves French tests and long homework assignments . . . 
friends include Dick, Charley, and Bill. 

Activities: Cafeteria 






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FRANCIS CASSIDY College 

88 Taylor Street 

Frank enjoyed W.H.S. with buddies, Phil, John, Bill and 
James . . . liked math best, while homework was his pet 
peeve. A future college man is Frank, after which we will find 
him in uniform. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Student Manager of Basketball 
Team 4. 



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THERESA CASTELLANA 
20 Everett Street 

Terri wins the nomination for the "busiest girl" award. A 
wonderful personality shines through in an enticing smile. 
German is Terri's all-time favorite at W.H.S. . . . outside of 
school she's a member of the "Sunnytones" vocal group. Con- 
stant associates are Sandy, Janet, Linnea, Helen, Audrey, Carrie. 

Activities: President German Club 4, Dramatic Club 3, Latin 
Club, Vice-President 2, 3, Talent Show 2, 3, Glee Club Oper- 
etta, Christmas Show 2, 3, Home Room Legislator 2, 3, Red 
Cross Representative 2, Mirror Representative 3. 

ANGELO CASTELLANA College 

405 Main Street 

"Angie's" name is synonymous with mischievous laughter, 
and he took advantage of every day to promote that pleasant 
pastime. Angie enjoyed Democracy with Mrs. Dunbrack the 
most at W.H.S. . . . buddies include Mac, Pete, Ray, Sepp, and 
John. College is foremost in Angie's plans right now. 
Activities: Senior Play Committee 4, Maroon Squad 4, Football 
2, 4, Baseball 3, 4. ,. 



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PHILIP CASTELLANO Business 

50 Rumford Avenue 

Business machines was a favorite with "Casty," who plans 
to fly for Uncle Sam . . . special buddies include Paul, Elden, 
and Tom. Good luck in the future, Phil ! 

NATALIE CASTOLDI College 

134 Washington Avenue 

"Penny" and her flashy car disliked egotistical males . . . 
palled around with Marjorie, Lorna, and Ann . . . enjoyed 
dancing in her leisure time . . . plans include attending Mount 
Ida. 

Activities: Home Room Mirror Representative 4, Dramatic Club 
4, Senior Play 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Mirror Business Staff 4, 
Pep Club 4, Open House Usher 3. 




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AUDREY CELESKI College 

83 Farnum Road 

Audrey enjoyed English class best at WHS. . . . faithful 
companions were Joyce, Donna, Georgia, and Cinny. Audrey is 
preparing for either the University of Massachusetts or Boston 
University. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, Debating Club 2, 3, Archery 2, 
Girls' Sports 2. 



WILLIAM CHAMPION College 

9 Dix Street 

New England College of Pharmacy is "Champ's" goal after 
graduation . . . having two tests in one day and waiting for 
third luncK annoys this popular lad . . . he can be seen with 
Phil. Carl, Ken. Jim, and Tom. or playing basketball. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Business Staff of Mirror 4, Audio 
Visual Staff 2. 




WILLIAM CHAPLIS College 

20 Cedarwood Avenue 

"Will." .is he is called by friends Fred. Joe. .ind Carl, en- 
joyed English most at W.H S. . . pet peeve was the school 
bus . . . hopes to attend Wentworth Institute and then icin 
the Navy 

Aclivhh Football 2. Hockr. 

JANET CHASE College 

1 12 Rose Hill W 

Jan. the girl who rang the 8:00 bell in the morning, en- 
loved dancing, rollerskating. and listening to OMSK dis- 

liked ' knowit alU visually found cavorting with Car 

Linda. Marian. Joan. Santa, and Carolvn 

Acta::. National Honor Societv >, \. Switchboard Operator 
ndaruc < Main Office 4. Glee Club J, Graduation 

Usher v Senior Play Committee 

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JOHN CHESTER College 

306 Lincoln Street 

Handsome "Chet's" pet peeve was being called Elvis. When 
not at football practice, "Chet" could be found boning up for 
Mr. O'Brien's classes, which rated high on his list of favorites 
. . . constant companions included Sepp, Bill, and Angie . . . 
future plans include college. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4, Senior Play Committee, Senior 
Play, Football 2, 3, 4. 

GERALD CHIARELLI Vocational 

267 River Street 

"Tiger!" yells Jerry who enjoyed playing sports with 
teammates John, Ken, Paul, Billy, and Al. Leaves his blue 
convertible for Ann to take care of while he serves with the 
Navy. Fun-loving Jerry will always remember the fabulous 
football parties. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Play. 




MARIE CHIASSON General 

28 High Street 

"Great," says Marie, who came to W.H.S. all the way from 
Nova Scotia. Favorite subject was democracy . . . pet peeve 
was bossy people . . . friends include Sandi, Yvonne, Carol, 
and Betty. Good luck, Marie! 




MARY CHAISSON Business 

19 7 Dale Street 

"Cheyenne" is on the warpath against stalling cars and is an 
advocate of skiing as a good means of traveling. Presently 
she concentrates on shorthand; in the future she plans to enter 
the secretarial world. Testifying to her swimming, tennis, and 
dancing interests are pals, Joan, "Cookie," Eileen, Sue, Sonya, 
and Diane. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Pep Club 4, Usher- 
ette Open House 3, Archery 2, Bowling 3. 




YVONNE CHAISSON Business 

41 Parmenter Road 

"Von" came to W.H.S. from Ontario, Canada . . . enjoyed 
business machines at W.H.S. . . . cohorts include Ginny, 
Chicky, Carol, Marie, Lorraine, and Mary Ann . . . hopes to 
become a bookkeeper and return to Canada. Best of luck to 
you, Yvonne. 

ANN MARIE CHISHOLM College 

55 Derby Street 

"Fight, Team, Fight!" shouts tiny Ann, one of our hockey 
cheerleaders. A teaching career is in store for Ann Marie, 
who will make Framingham State Teachers' College her "Alma 
Mater" . . . companions included Mary Ellen, Barbara, Penny, 
Marjorie, Lorna, Martha, and Gerry. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Mirror Staff 4, Cafeteria 
4, Glee Club 3, Hockey Cheerleader 4. 

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BARBARA CIAVARDONE Business 

81 Maple Street 

Quiet "Barb" enjoyed the basketball games best at WHS. 
. . . partners in crime included Ann Marie. Marjorie, Shirley, 
Martha and Gerry . . . Mansfield Academy lies in the future 
for this miss. 

Activities: Mirror Representative 3, Girls Sports 2. 

GLORIA CINCOTTA Business 

292 River Street 

"Oh Baby!" shouted Gloria, a peppy member of our busi- 
ness course . . . enjoyed typing best at W.H.S. . . . walked 
the hallowed halls with Barb, Joanne, Arlene. Shirley, Betty, 
and Loris. Good luck to a future secretary. 











BERNADINE CLARE Business 

18 Brook way Court 

Bernadine enjoyed using the business machines at W.H.S. 
. . . liked to trip the light fantastic. Known as "Bernie" to 
her friends, Jane, Joanne, Shirley. Betty, and Patty, she hopes 
to attend business school next fall. 
Activities: Class Day Usher 3. 



CHARLOTTE CLARK Business 

20 Hovey Road 

Cheerful "Chickie" hopes to become a secretary . . . toured 
the halls with Ginny. Lorraine, Marie, and Carol . . . wedding 
bells are chiming for this happy miss. 

Activities: Usherette 3. 





ROBERT COCIVERA Technical 

Harvard Street 

"Coachie enioyed Mr Pcttmati s classes best at W H s 

pet peeves include "women dmcrs hopes (0 attend 

Northeastern Univcrsitv was usually sicn in the cafe with 

Edgar, Paul. John. Harrv. Tom. or Al 

Activities. Junior Prom Committee J, Christmas Show ). Talent 
Show, German Club. Cafeteria SqiU 

SALMI (OLE College 

107 Lincoln Street 

Sal. with the sunshine smile, aspires to be a kindergarten 
teacher U.S Historj and tennis rated tops with Sallic 

Friends are Georgia, Svl. Linda, and "the I. 

D itics Club : - Glee Out 5 Club V 

V vspaper Staff 2. Business Staff Mirror J, Girls Sports 
Open FUuse Usher 2 

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LESTER COLLETT Business 

162 School Street 

When Lester isn't with Gary, Phil, or Bob, he can be found 
shooting at the rifle range. His favorite subject at W.H.S. 
'was business accounting. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN CONNELLY Vocational 

243 Dale Street 

John enjoyed shop theory in school . . . loves cars. Uncle 
Sam will soon be welcoming "Jocko" into his organization 
. . . companions include Pete and "Abe." 




PAUL CONNOLLY College 

48 Fiske Street 

Paul's pet peeve was suffering from lack of money . . . 
buddies included Bobby, Bernie, and Dick. Although his future 
plans are indefinite, Paul looks forward to attending the Uni- 
versity of Mass. 




PHILIP CONNORS College 

56 Washington Avenue 

Sportminded Phil could always be found in the gym or 
writing the sports column for W.H.S. Among his friends 
were Edgar, Ken, and Frank . . . future plans include the 
National Guard and four years at Fitchburg State Teachers' 
College. 

Activities: Audio Visual Staff, Baseball 2, Basketball Student 
Manager 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative, Sports Editor of 
Mirror and Weekly Column 4, Chairman of Board of Publi- 
cations 4. 




MYRTLE CONSTANTINE General 

10 Goldencrest Avenue 

"That's life," states Kitty, whose favorite subjects at W.H.S. 
were math and democracy . . . constant companions include 
Joy and Madeline . . . pet peeve is impatient people. A future 
lady in white. Kitty plans to attend Mt. Auburn School of 
Nursing. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative 2. 

JAMES COOKE Technical 

52 Hibiscus Avenue 

"Money isn't everything but try and live without it," was 
"Cookie's" perpetual chant . . . disliked English compositions 
and book reports . . . enjoyed hunting and archery with side- 
kicks, Wayne, Joe, Martin, and Frank. We wish good luck to a 
future man in uniform. 

Activities: Rifle Club. 

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GEORGE COOPER Business 

118 Warwick Avenue 

"Eddie" liked Business Law best at W.H.S. and someday 
hopes to have a thriving business of his own. Next fall, how- 
ever, "Eddie" would like to attend either the U.S. Coast Guard 
Academy or B.U. . . . some of his many friends at WHS 
included Paul, Dave, Bill, Bob, Fred, and Bob. 

Activities: Class Representative 4. 

ANNA COPSON College 

40 Barbara Road 

Busy Anna, looks forward to Fisher Junior College and an 
executive secretary's position. Along with Betsey, Pauia, Natalie, 
and Judy you could usually find her eating pizza or studying 
history. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 
4, Attendance Office Staff 3, 4, Switchboard Operator 3, De- 
bating Club 2, Glee Club 3, Ski Club 4, Clinic Staff 4, Li- 
brary Council 4, Graduation Day Usher 3, Open House Usher 
3, 4, Senior Play Wardrobe Committee 4, Scheduling 3, Talent 
and Christmas Shows 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4. 






ROBERT CORMIER General 

135 Russell Street 

This active member of our football team likes to play golf 
and swim in his spare time. History was "Si's" favorite sub- 
ject . . . plans include the Air Force and then linotype machine 
work. His chums are Jimmy. Bob, Mac and Angelo. 

Activities: Football 2, J, I, Golf 3. 



RICHARD CORCORAN College 

95 Albermarle Road 

Friendly "Mickie," as he is known to pals, Warren. Weston. 
Walter, and Joe, likes history classes best at WHS. Gradua- 
tion from B.C. is tops on his list for the future. Best of luck 
to you ! 




MADELINE CORNELL General 

75 Princeton Avenue 

Madeline came to us from Chapel Hill . enioved 

ing . . . disliked all the stairs at W H S Her friends. M.irylou. 
Linda. Alice. Pat. Helen, and Diane future plans include 

marn 
Activities: Girls Sports •,. Glee Club 

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Everything is going t.> K declares Carolir. 

entered the business course from South Junior High ( 
line s future plans include becominc .i suretarv and hearing 

ling hells Caroline e.in usually be found with ' 
Lorraine, (>innv. and Jon Good luck. Caroline' 

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MARTIN COSGROVE Technical 

54 Charlotte Road 

"You can't take it with you," explains Marty . . . women 
drivers, homework, and loquacious people annoy him . . . can 
usually be seen with Bob, Tom, Jim, and Dick . . . North- 
eastern or an engineering school are in the future. 



National Honor Society, Science 



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Activities: Science Seminar, 
Fair, State Science Fair. 

ANGELO COTONI 

565 Lincoln Street 

Sociable "Angie," as he was known by his many friends 
including Dick, Bill, Charlie, Bobby, and Joe, liked democracy 
and cafeteria . . . disliked flat tires. "I need some gas money" 
is his cry. Angie plans to go to U. of Mass. and then into 
business. 

Activities: Electrical Committee 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Christmas 
Show 3, 4, Football 3, Basketball 2. 



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SHIRLEY COXALL Business 

218 A Calvary Street 

"Susie," whose plans include becoming a secretary, liked 
shorthand best at W.H.S. Among her many friends were Ann, 
Martha, Carolyn, Bonnie, and Sue . . . collecting pictures 
was one of her many hobbies. 

Activities: Softball 2, Open House Usherette 3, Glee Club 4, 
Christmas Show 4. 





PAUL CROWELL Technical 

144 West Street 

"Don't give up the ship," says Paul, who hopes to attend 
Northeastern or U. of Mass. When not studying democracy, 
he's hunting, skating or skiing. Among his friends are Don, 
Bill, Bob Martin, Doug, and Bruce. 

Activities: Home Room Legislator 3, Rifle Club, Secretary 3. 



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THOMAS CULLEN Business 

240 Ash Street 

"Red" liked English class at W.H.S. . . . seen with Larry, 
Mouse, Tom, Elf, Frank, and Henry . . . future plans include 
going into the Navy. Best of luck to you ! 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. 

PATRICIA CUNNINGHAM General 

43 Harvard Street 

Pat enjoyed playing records and roller skating with Maryann, 
Carol, Linda, Madeline, and Carrie Lou . . . liked democracy 
class best at W.H.S. . . . hopes to take up typing and become 
a nurse's aid after graduation. 

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DOROTHY CURTIN College 

13 Sunset Road 

Dorothy had an unequaled "bubbling" quality about her . . . 
hopes to teach after graduating from Bridgewater or Framing- 
ham State Teachers' College. Known as "Dee" by her friends 
Judi, Gail, Bev, Frannie, Loris, Paula. Here's hoping you go 
far in the future, "Dee." 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4, Christmas Show 3, 4, Talent 
Show 3. 

JOSEPH CURTIN College 

74 Mayall Road 

Well-liked Joe is usually found playing basketball with Pete. 
George, Dan, or Ken. Rehearsing with his rock and roll group 
and listening to Johnny Mathis were his favorite extra cur- 
ricular activities. English and history ranked high with Joe at 
W.H.S. Joe's plans are indefinite; however, he might attend 
St. Anselm's or St. Michael's College. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4, Christmas Show 4, Home Room 
Legislator 2, Red Cross Representative 2, Prom Committee 3, 4. 






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VIRGINIA CUSTER Business 

11 Bright Street 

"Ginny" could be found in the corridors with Yvonne, Carol. 
Lorraine, and Jackie . . . spent her leisure time at the drive-in 
and listening to Frank Sinatra records . . . plans to attend 
business school and become a secretary. 

Activities: Graduation Usher 3. 



LAWRENCE DAVIS College 

117 Alder Street 

At W.H.S. Larry didn't get along with unsociable girls and 
French homework . . . future holds service and minor league 
baseball . . . friends included Joe, Dickie, and Mike. 
Activities: Baseball 2. 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3. 




JOAN DENNEHY Business 

1 2 t BaCOfl Street 

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Joan rushing down the trail . . . 
enjoyed skiing, racing, swimming, and tennis . . favorite sub- 

{ect was shorthand . . . gang members included Mary, Cookie, 
iilcen. Sue. Soma, and Eleanor 

Activities: Ski Club 3. Treasurer 3. Pep Club 4, Open H 
Usher J. 

ELIZABFTH HI PROFIO Busmcss 

""*> Harvard Street 

Hi hon. savs prcttv Lis to Ronnie. Joanne. Shirlcv. 
Gloria, Barb, and Carol . . liked tvping best at W H S 
disliked home* ri I •> intent upon becoming a June bride 
Activities Mirror Representative 

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BEVERLY DI BONA Business 

159 Plympton Street 

This brown-eyed miss liked typing best, but for 20-minute 
lunches, "Oh, blast!" . . . pals are Nancy, Sue, Carolyn, Linda, 
Ann, and Martha. Beverly plans to attend Bryant and Stratton 
School and become a top-notch secretary. 

Activities: Newspaper 1, 4, Open House Usher 2, 3, Glee 
Club 4, Christmas Show 4, Badminton 2. 

SHIRLEY DIETRICH Business 

32 Floyd Street 

Business machines, music, and her friends, Betty, Carolyn, 
Jane, Barbara, and Gloria, rated tops with this popular lass 
. . . plans to enter the world of an office girl. 

Activities: Senior Play Representative 4. 



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GEORIGA DINJIAN College 

27 Lincoln Street 

"Really!" exclaims Georgia, who hailed to us from North 
Junior . . . chemistry rated high at W.H.S. . . . hopes to enter 
college in the fall . . . friends numbered Pauline, Judie, Sally, 
and Joyce. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Newspaper 4, 
Girls Sports 2, 3, 4. Red Cross Representative 2, Open House 
Usher 2, 3. 





R. BARRY DOLAN General 

140 Plympton Street 

Barry hopes to go to art school in the fall to become a com- 
mercial artist . . . eating comes high on Barry's list of favorite 
pastimes. Democracy was his favorite at W.H.S., but he didn't 
like getting up for school five days out of the week . . . con- 
stant companions were Bob, Buzz, and Roger. 

Activities: Ski Club Vice-President 3. 4. 




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JOYCE DORIA College 

24 Warren Street 

Vivacious Joyce could always be found with Donna, Georgia, 
Pauline, and Judy . . . liked chemistry best at W.H.S. . . . 
future plans include attending Jackson College. 
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Debating 
Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Column 4, 
Senior Play 4, Office Staff 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 3, 
Bloodmobile 4, Badminton 2, Volleyball 2. 

MAUREEN DOUGAN College 

22 Hamblin Road 

Mr. O'Brien's algebra class ranked high with Maureen . . . 
enjoyed W.H.S. with Pinky, Mary-Ellen, Ann-Marie, Penny, 
Margi, and Barbara. We wish good luck to Maureen, who 
hopes to attend U. of Mass. or Framingham State Teachers 
College after graduation. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Open House 
Usher 3. 

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MARTHA DUDDY Business 

229 River Street 

Martha preferred shorthand to anything else at W.H.S. . . . 
recreation for Martha consists of swimming and bowling . . . 
Associates in all things, Judy, Joanne, Ann, Shirley, Bonnie 
and Fran. Although she's undecided about future plans, we're 
sure she'll be happy in what she chooses. 

Activities: Red Cross Rep. 3, Christmas Show 4, Glee Club 4, 
Open House Usher 3. Softball 2. Bowling 2. 

MARY-ELLEN DUPELL College 

14 McKenn Street 

Merry Mary-Ellen enjoyed English classes best at WHS. 
. . . liked lunch with Ann-Marie, Elaine, Maureen, and Penny 
. . . wants to attend a nursing school after graduation. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Christmas Show 4. 





ARLENE ECTMAN Business 

81 Sheffield 

Jolly Arlene liked business law at WHS. and intends to 

become a legal secretary. She enjoys dancing, swimming, and 

skating . . . says nix to homework . . . buddies include Barb. 

Joanne, Gloria, and Betty. 

Activities: Mirror Representative 2, Student Council Alternate 
3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2. 3. 4. Newspaper Typist 4 



MARY ERICKSON Business 

12 Derby Street 

Peppy Mary spends her time singing and dancing . . . after 
graduation plans art to attend B. V. . . . followers are Liz, 
Marilyn, and I'r.inny Best wishes for the future! 





RICHARD FARR College 

78*i Beaver Street 

Popular Dick, our able Student Council President, plans to 
attend Bowdoin College, followed bv Harvard Law. and then 
politics Hurrying down the halls with his buddies. Phil, and 
Kenny. Dick w.is always in starch of free rooms for nut tints 

Activities: Dramatic Club ; I Pres • Hay V German Club 

Debating Club \ P I atm Club 

Senior Class Play I, Pres of Student Council 4, Class \ 

latent Sho* • Director ». Junior Prom Chair- 

man. Mirror Rip J, Minor Stat: spapcr Editor > 

roon Squad I, Class Marshal V Christmas Show 2. Optrctta 
' thestra 2, Band 2. - I Kingsbury Temperance Contest 
v Junior Chamber of Commerce Contest I 

JACQUELIN1 1 AY Busmcss 

\ wtori St: 

mc hked typing at W H S dislikes getting up earl) 

enjoys bowling and eating pizu with her fru mnc. 

Sue. Phvllis. Gail, and Brenda After graduation Jatkie plans 
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JAMES FASULO Vocational 

113 Lakeview Avenue 

Jim was a student of the "Shop and Shop Theory" . . . 
John, Jerry, and Dave will testify to that. His only regret is 
that there weren't any girls in the trade school. He plans to 
attend Wentworth Institute. 

Activities: Secretary of Senior Class, Student Government Day 
Representative. 

KENNETH FEELEY College 

42 Cedar Street 

As captain of the Crimson Cagers, naturally Ken liked bas- 
ketball, as well as football and chemistry. The Tech Tourney 
games and the Nashua trips will long be remembered by him. 
Distinguished by his height and congenial personality, he spent 
many hours in the company of Jerry, Tom, and Kenny. A col- 
lege education and a successful career are ahead for Ken. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Maroon 
Squad 4, Senior Play 4, Talent Show 4. 




ROBERT FEGAN General 

59 Plympton Street 

Bob, who was usually in the company of Mike, Edgar, Joe, 
Coachie, and Orin, plans to enter the Navy in the field of 
electronics. Best of luck, Bob! 







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LINDA FERZOCO College 

50 Weir Road 

Chemistry and math find a fan in Lin, who came to Wal- 
tham from Watertown. Punctual Linda plans to attend college 
and continue her reading and "people-studying" hobbies. 
Friends include Gabrielle and Santa. We wish you success. 

Activities: Senior Play Committee 4, Mirror Literary Staff 4, 
Basketball 4, Badminton 4. 




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Our perky cheerleader "Fitzie" enjoyed biology with Mr. 
Eames best at W.H.S. Some of many friends include Linda 
and Lorna . , . hopes to attend Massachusetts School of Art. 

Activities: Football Basketball Cheerleader 4, Operetta 3, Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4, Christmas Show 4, Mirror Business Staff 4, 
Senior Play 4, Open House Usher, Dramatics Club 2, Glee 
Club 3, 4. 

THOMAS FLAHERTY College 

43 Beechwood Road 

Tommy liked chemistry best at W.H.S. with pals, Ken, Paul, 
and John. We wish you luck at University of Mass., Tommy! 
Activities: "Mirror" Business Staff 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, 
Maroon Squad 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

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ALAN FLASCHNER College 

79 Lincoln Street 

"Al," as he is called by his pals, Abdul. Terry, and Bob 
found biology and French to be his favorite subjects . . . 
hopes to attend college and then eventually go into medicine. 
Hobbies include golfing and fishing. Best of luck, Al ! 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Dra- 
matics Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 
Science Seminar 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 
4, Senior Play 4, Rifle Club 2, Homeroom Representative 4. 

RICHARD FOSTER College 

27 Charlotte Rd. 

Personable "Dick" can be found fixing up his car at the 
hot rod club with his pals, Joe, Chet, Roger, and Beetle. Dick 
plans to enter the service and then attend college. 
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 3, 4, Junior and Senior Prom Com- 
mittees. Christmas Assembly 4. 



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ELAINF FREFMAN College 

184 Brown Street 

"Pinky" enjoyed algebra best at W.H.S. . . . disliked wait- 
ing for friends who were late . . . partners in crime were 
Mary Ellen. Maureen, and Wes. Her future plans include 
Lesley College to major in education. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4, Glee Club 3, Cheerleading 3, 4, 
Christmas Show J, Operetta 3. Talent Show 4. Mirror Busi- 
ness Staff i. Mirror Representative 2, Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2. Red Cross Rep 2. 



LORRAINE FOUHY Business 

27 Humboldt Street 

Pretty Lorraine hailed from Belmont Junior High. After 
graduation she looks forward to secretarial job. If advice on 
dancing, skiing, or skating is needed, just ask Lorraine. She 
was usually found in the company of "Chick". Carol, Yvonne, 
and Lois. 

Act i lilies: Class Day Usher 3- 



DIANE FUCHS College 

4 Windsor Terrace 

Business law was Dees favorite at WHv where friends 
were Cl.urc. De.i. Alice. Janice, and Ruth Dee's destination 
after graduation is Chandler s School for Women 
Activities: German Club Dramatics Club ( 

[AMES FURLONG College 

21 Wellington Street 

This likable lad tame to us \ i.i Si N ' ty'l physics lab 

reports ,ind trench were nix with Jimrrtv sports and paint 

ing took up his spare time . roamed the corridors with 
Art. John. Jim. and Bob 

Actitities: Glee Club 4. Football V 4, Golf 1. 

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CAROLYN GAGE College 

510 Waverly Oaks Rd. 

Most popular with Carolyn are biology and horseback riding 
. . . Carolyn has college in view for next fall and is sure to do 
well and have a good time . . . Most often seen with Judi, 
Janet, and Carolyn. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; 
Debating Club 3, Library Council, Softball 2, 3, Scenery Com- 
mittee 3, Class Day Usher 3, Art Staff of Mirror 4, Blood- 
mobile. 

MICHAEL GALLANT College 

129 Beal Road 

Mike liked Mr. Dwyer's English class best of all at W.H.S. 
where his partners in crime were Dick, Joe, Jerry, and Q-E. 
Hopes to enter Boston College in September. 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. to Senior Play 4, Red Cross Rep. 
4, Junior and Senior Prom Committees, Maroon Squad 4, 
Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




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ROBERT GARLAND College 

45 Lincoln Street 

Cheerful Bob always had a smile ready. English rated as 
Bob's favorite at W.H.S., and he would like to become an 
English journalist. He enjoys outdoor sports . . . some of his 
many friends include Alan, Joe, Mike, and Dick. See you in 
the columns, Bob! 




DIANE GARSIDE College 

28 Hemlock Terrace 

Artistically inclined "Di" plans to use her talents in an ad- 
vertising career . . . pushed her paint brush with Nancy, Sue, 
and Elaine. Best of luck, "Di" ! 

Activities: Dramatic Club 4, Operetta Scenery 3, Mirror Art 
Staff 4. 




PAUL J. GAUDET General 

130 Princeton Avenue 

Cheerful Paul found algebra interesting at W.H.S. . . . pals 
with George, Paul, and Dave. Future plans are not yet definite. 
Good luck! 

THOMAS GENOVA Technical 

144 College Farm Rd. 

Likeable Tom enjoyed advanced math best at W.H.S. . . . 
archery with sidekicks Bob and Marty was tops . . . plans 
on Northeastern or M.I.T. after graduation. 
Activities: Home Room Legislator 4, Science Seminar 4. 

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IRENE GEOFFRION General 

2 3 School Street 

"Be serious," says Irene, whose friends are Betsy, Lucille, 
Helene, and Linda. Favorite subject was English . . . disliked 
short lunch periods . . . hopes to get a good job after gradua- 
tion. 

LUCILLE GEOFFRION General 

23 School Street 

After graduation Lucy plans to go to work . . . disliked 
homework . . . enjoyed sewing and palling around with 
Irene, Betsy, and Helen. Best of everything, Lucy! 




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PATRICIA GILL Business 

102 Elson Road 

Pat is another lover of shorthand and a future secretary 
When she's not with Pat and Joe, she sews in her spare time. 
Good luck to you. Pat ! 

Activities: Pep Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4. 



MARSHA GILE College 

Marsha, the girl with the marvelous personality, enjoys the 
company of her friends, Penny, Carole, Sue, Cindy, Judy, and 
Lois . . . dislikes gossip. History was her favorite subject at 
W H.S. Marsha hopes to attend Colby Junior College in the 
fall. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. Debating Club 3. Glee 
Club 3. Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4. Editor of Feature Column 4, 
Mirror Business Staff 3, 4, Homeroom Rep. 3. 4, Senior Play 
4, Usherette 3. Basketball 2. Volleyball 2. Bowling 2. 







PATRICIA GILLIS Business 

59 Alder Street 

"Pat. as she is called by her friends. Betsey. Anna. Natalie. 
Pat. and Paula, enioyed typing class bet and getting up in 
the morning least . . . hopes to attend business school and 
then become a secretary 

Activities: Dramatic Club Glee Club 3. Ski Club 4. 

Operetta Chorus 3. Christmas Show i. Talent Show -4. Open 

House t'sher V 4, Clerical Staff of Mirror I V .aper 
Typist 

PHILIP GOODWIN College 

I Brewster Rd. 

Phil disliked the school bus being late mathematics 

rated high with him best buddies. Garry and Letter 

plans to attend either Northeastern of M I T and |Oin the 
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ELIZABETH GOULD College 

150 High Street 

To be missionary nurse is the goal of Beth, who came to 
us from Everett High School. After graduation she hopes to 
make Eastern Nazarene College her "alma mater." Her friends 
include Barbara, Linda, Santa, Natalie, Kathy, and Mary Lou. 
Best of luck, Beth! 

ROBERT GRADY Technical 

84 Lyman Street 

Versatile Bob likes W.H.S. girls except when they are driv- 
ing cars . . . Friends include Marty, Tom, Paul, John, and 
Edgar. As yet Bob is undecided about future career, but he 
plans to attend a technical school. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4, S.C.O.E.M. Vice 
President, Mirror Staff 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Home 
Room Representative Alternate 3, Senior Prom Committee, 
Hockey Team 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 2, 3, Vice-President 4, 
Science Fair 3, 4, Harvard Book Prize 3. 




NATALIE GRANCHELLI College 

8 Temple Road 

"Goodness gracious," declares Natalie, who spends most of 
her time dancing and listening to music . . . liked history and 
English best at W.H.S. . . . friends included Betsey, Anna, 
Judy, and Paula . . . plans to attend Lasell Junior College 
after graduation. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Dramatics Club 

3, 4, Debating Club 2, 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Kaleido- 
scope Editor 4, Girls' Sports 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, 
Christmas Show 3, Mirror Business Staff 3, 4, Cafeteria Worker 

4, Operetta 3, Library Staff 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Open 
House Usher 3, Football Usher 3, Talent Show 3, Senior Play 
4, Dramatics Club Play 4, 210 Staff 4. 




SANTA GRASSO College 

3 Greer Street 

"Study hard, and you will make something of yourself" says 
Santa, whose plan is to attend Boston College after graduation. 
Latin was a favorite with Santa at W.H.S. . . . Chums were 
Natalie, Judy, and Linda. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3,. 4, 
Debating Club 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Archery 
3, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Class Day Usher 3, Yearbook Staff 
3, Latin Coram. 4. 




BETSEY GRAY Business 

111 Barbara Rd. 

Petite Betsey enjoyed her typing class at W.H.S. . . . outside 
of school she loved eating Italian spaghetti and submarine 
sandwiches, (so do we!) Chandler School for Women is in 
view for Betsey, and after graduating she will become some- 
one's efficient secretary. Always seen with Paula, Anna, Nata- 
lie, and Pat. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, 
Badminton 2, Bowling Team 3, Home Room Legislator 1, 
Open House Usher 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Christmas Show 
4, Operetta 3, Senior Play Wardrobe Committee 4, Clerical 
Staff of Mirror 4, Talent Show 4, Pep Squad 4, Newspaper 
Typist 4. 

WILLIAM GREEN Vocational 

Dix Street 

"Ah, forget it," was happy-go-lucky Bill's perpetual chant 
. . . could either be found puttering with his car or practicing 
football plays . . . constant companions of this likeable lad 
included Sepp, Bill, and John. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 

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ROBERT GRINROD Business 

43 Wadsworth Avenue 

"Nice try," says "Whip" while waiting for fourth lunch. 
The future holds business college study for this former South 
Juniorite. While at W.H.S. he found accounting tops. "Whip" 
can usually be located with buddies. Allie, Larry, and Tommy. 
Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. 

MARION GRUBER Business 

136 Farnum Road 

Bound for Hickox School of Business next fall, Marion plans 
for a postion as an executive secretary. Often seen with Janet, 
Nellie, Barbara, and Janie, she favored English in school . . . 
likes reading and knitting . . . hates spending money. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Basket- 
ball 2. 




CAROL GUARENTE Business 

1118 Trapelo Road 

"Whizzy" hopes to go to business school after graduation 
. . . W.H.S. pet peeves include the short lunches and home- 
work . . . could be heard pleading "Aw. come on. please?" 
. . . Drawing, listening to the radio, and talking on the phone 
are tops on Carol's list . . . colleagues include Maryanne. 
Carolyn, and Pat. 
Activities: Archery 3- 



EDGAR GUILLETTE Technical 

7 River Avenue 

Edgar enjoyed math best at WHS. . . . frequently seen 
with friends, Paul, Bob, John, Tom, and Harry . . . hopes to 
attend a technical school. Best of luck! 

Activities: German Club 1, 2, Cafeteria Squad, Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 




STANLEY GUSTAVSON College 

28 Livingstone Lane 

Although Stan's plans tor the future are indefinite, he wishes 
■ to college His favorite subjects .it W H S were solid 
and trig . . . pals around with Ron. Paul. Mike, and Bill 
Act/tines German Club I Rifle Clu' 

AI.K l,\ HAND! l College 

1 t Summer Street 

Ellic. renouned for her kindness and friendliness, 
democracy and all the kids at W.H.S close friends atc 

Helen and Carrie After college Elbe hopes to be a teacher 
Acti: Debating Club - • Dramatics Club 

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DEANNA HARRINGTON College 

24 Sterling Road 

Deanna is destined to win the Pulitzer Prize one day, but 
before that she hopes to attend University of Massachusetts and 
major in journalism. Needless to say her favorite subject is 
English and she enjoys reading, writing, walking, and listening 
to music. "Dea" is what her friends, Carolyn, Linnea, Claire, 
Diane. Hope, and Betty call her! 

Actiiities: Newspaper 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Co-editor 4, 
Literary Staff Mirror 4, March of Dimes Committee 4, Pub- 
licity Chairman WHS. Alumni Dance 4, Class Day Usher 3, 
Talent Show Writer 3, 4, Christmas Show 2. 3, 4, Glee Club 
4, Guidance Office 3, A.F.S. Committee 4. 

ROBERT HARRINGTON College 

65 Lakeview Terrace 

Bob can be found in the corridors of W.H.S. along with 
cohorts. Parker. Jim. and Si. Democracy rated tops with Bob. 
who disliked pupils who had no school spirit . . . plans include 
college. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 



RUTH HARRIS Business 

35 Hardy Pond Road 

Petite Ruthie came to W.H.S. from North Junior and plans 
to go into office work. She finds accounting class with Carole 
and Lois the brightest spot in her day. "That's life," quips 
Ruthie, who has made helping Miss Coughlin her main hobby. 

Activities: Red Cross Rep. 3, Homeroom alternate Legislator 
4. Graduation Usher, Class Day Usher. Operetta Usher, Dra- 
matic Club Plav L'sher. 





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WILLARD HARRIS General 

131 Crescent Street 

History rated tops with "Will" . . . could either be found 
puttering around with his car or listening to his hi-fi . . . con- 
stant companions included Bob, Dick, "Frosty", and Mike . . . 
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THOMAS G. HART Vocational 

84 Harvard Street 

After receiving his high school diploma, Tom will answer 
the call of L'ncle Sam. When he finishes his service in the 
army he hopes to enter the carpentry trade. Tom is most 
likely found with Sal, Doug, and Jimmy when he isn't study- 
ing math, which happens to be his favorite subject. 

RONALD A. HARTLEY College 

25 Banks Street 

College and electrical engineering lies ahead for friendly 
Ron. whose favorite subjects were solid geometry and physics 
. . . friends and fellow "Raiders" include Mike. Warren. Stan, 
and Dick . . . special hobby is playing his "real gone" trom- 
bone. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3. 4, Band 2. 3, 4, Audio-Visual 
Staff 2. 3, 4. Elect. Staff 3, 4, Talent Show 3. 

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DANIEL HARVEY College 

38 School Street 

Popular Danny is a transfer from St. Mary's High in Wal- 
tham. Dan liked basketball, baseball, and math at WHS, and 
he plans to go to college next fall. Chums with Dave, Bob, 
Fred, Jim, Angie, and Mac. 
Activities: Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. 

JAMES HEALION General 

28 Robbins Street 

A member of our Audio-Visual Staff, Mike's partners in 
crime include Paul, Mike, and Russ. Rocket research for the 
Navy looms ahead for this science-lover. Good luck, Mike! 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff. 



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RICHARD HOHMANN 
50 Chester Brook Road 

"Cocker" and "Whoop" says personable Dick to Bob, Tom, 
Marty. Bill. Ron, or Jay . . . favorite pastime are collecting 
records and reading science-fiction ... in the future North- 
eastern School of Engineering and then the Air Force. 

Activities: Science Seminar, German Club 3, 4, Audio-Visual 
2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, Senior Play Committee, Maroon 
Squad 3, 4. 




FREDERICK HIRE College 

39 Prospect Street Avenue 

Massachusetts State Teachers' College is this talented lad's 
destination in September. Fred enjoys playing drums with the 
"Ivy tones" and working in the "Push Rods Garage" . . . 
favorite subject was biology 
Jim, Orin, Joe, and Bill. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, 
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LAWRENCE HOLLBROOK College 

34 Woburn Street 

Larry came to us from Mount Herman Academy, where he 
played varsity football and hockey. At W.H.S. he enjoyed 
solid geometry with pals, Stan and Dick . . . future plans in- 
clude West Point. Best of Luck, Larry! 

BEVERLY HOLL College 

15 Sanders Lane 

Pretty, popular Bev enjoyed English and Sorority with 
friends, Gail, Judy, Dee, and Linda . . . future plans include 
attending a business school. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative 4, Mirror Representative 
4, Cafe Squad 3, Maroon Squad 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, 
Talent Show 3, Basketball 2. 

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MARTHA HORNBECK General 

47 Auburn Street 

Democracy rated high on "Marty's" list of favorites . . . dis- 
liked crowded lockers. Marty says, "Oh great!" about her sewing 
classes . . . friends include Judy and Ann. Best of luck in the 
future, Marty ! 

CYNTHIA ' HOWE College 

48 Cowasset' Lane 

Fun-loving Cinny came to us from Newton . . . favorite sub- 
ject at W.H.S. was math . . . enjoys collecting records. Lois, 
Pauline, Judie, Anita, and Linda number among her many 
friends. Cinny's future plans include attending college and 
becoming a medical secretary. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, Ski 
Club 3, 4, Debating Club 3, Mirror Staff 3. 




MARTHA HOYT Business 

165 Temple Road 

"Can I use your car?" says "Legs," as she is called by her 
friends, Barbara, Pat, Nancy, and Dotty. Our popular drum 
majorette dislikes people who tell little lies. Best of luck in the 
future ! 

Activities: Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4, Leader 4, Class Day Usher 
3, Graduation Usher 3, Open House Usher 4, Glee Club 3, 
Clerical Staff of Mirror 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Archery 
2, 3, 4. 




CAROL HUDON Business 

72 Robbins Street 

This South Junior girl plans to take up office work after 
graduation . . . top subjects at W.H.S. were business machines 
and English . . . 4th lunch disagreed with Carol, who is 
known as "Snookie" to friends, Marsha, Sandi, Ruthie, Sue, and 
Eileen. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, Glee Club 3, Class Day Usher, 
Open House Usher, Senior Play Usher. 





RICHARD IANNETTI College 

56 Lafayette Street 

Dick enjoyed English best at W.H.S. His chief pet-peeve is 
"hula hoops" . . . would like very much to attend Massachusetts 
School of Art . . . cohorts in crime include "Nino," Larry, 
Earl, Henry, and Bob. 
Activities: Golf 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. 

GEORGE JACKSON College 

53 Milner Street 

Congenial George liked chemistry class best at W.H.S. When 
he wasn't experimenting, he might have been seen chatting 
about liis car with Warner, Roy, Bob, and Fred. 
Activities: German Club 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4, Sharpshooter 
Award 3. 

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SUSAN JACOBS Business 

26 Heard Street 

Reserved Sue liked the friendly kids at W.H.S. . . . usually 
seen with Nancy, Barbara, and Martha. After graduation Sue 
hopes to become a secretary. Best of luck. Sue! 

EILEEN JENKINS Business 

18 Caldwell Road 

"All these heavy books," moans petite Eileen. "Jenks." as 
she is called by Cookie, Sonya, Susan, and Joanne, hopes to 
be an efficient secretary . . . loves to dance and participate in 
sports. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative 3, Sports Reporter 3, 
Girls' Sports, Glee Club 3, Clerk in Business Office 4, At- 
tendance Staff 3. 








LEO JENKINS General 

18 Caldwell Road 

Leo was always seen with Steve. John. Bob. and Ray . . . liked 
economics best at W.H.S. . . . future plans include the Air 
Force and then business school. Good luck. Leo! 



RONALD JOHNSTON General 

28 Rich Street 

Democracy ranked high with Ronnie at WHS. . . . partners 
in crime were Kenny. I.loyd. Fred, and Bob. Although Ronnie's 
plans for the future are indefinite, we wish him good luck in 
whatever he may do. 
Activities: Basketball 2. 





BARBARA JONES Business 

105 Sheffield Road 

This lovelv. tall blond liked lunch period best Shell always 
remember the good times she had with Martha, Dolores, Nancy, 
Susan. Arlene, Sue. and Eleanor . plans for the future center 
around attendance at a secretarial school 

Actr. National Honor s An. her ^ line 

I Basketball 1. V levball 1. : B 

• v iftball i. Student Council Represcntati' Alter- 

nate ■ ' Prom Committee v Class Dav I'shcr v Grad 
Usher J, Glee Club 3. Business Department Ofl 

VIRGINIA JON1 S 

Artistu Ginny iame from Albar - • W.H.S hcre 

she especially enjoyed art . friends include Sarrin. Kathy, 

and I nnv. who spends most of her time dl plans 

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PAUL JOYCE College 

153 Riverview Avenue 

Paul, a transfer from Durfee High, enjoyed his senior year 
at W.H.S. His sports ability was welcomed by the basketball 
team . . . partners in crime are Phil and Ken. Paul intends to 
make Colby his alma mater. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

EDNA KEIRSTEAD General 

18 Lexington Terrace 

Edna's headed for art school after graduation. Math with Mr. 
Curry ranked tops with her at W.H.S. You'll hear her inquire, 
"Is that so?" as she roller skates, bowls, or dances . . . enjoys 
painting portraits of Rita, Elaine, Phyllis, Ann, Bev, and 
Frannie. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Open House Usher 3, Talent Show 2. 




College 

Favorite subjects at W.H.S. were 
hopes to attend a school of nursing. 



ROSE KELTON 

174 Adams Street 

"Oh golly," says Rose. 
English and democracy . . . 
Best of luck, Rose! 

Activities: Senior Play Committee 4, Newspaper Staff 4, De- 
bating Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Homeroom Legislator 3, Cafeteria 
Staff 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Class Day Usher 3. 




BRIAN KENNEDY Business 

104 Farnum Road 

Brian, who is an active member of the Civil Air Patrol, liked 
the business machines course best at W.H.S. His pals are 
Dave, Charlie, Jack, and Bob . . . has no definite future plans. 
Best of luck, Brian! 

Activities: Civil Air Patrol. 




THOMAS KEOUGH Business 

9 Guinan Street 

Tom rated English high on his list of favorite subjects . . . 
friends include Tom, Larry, Effy, Bullets, Panda, and Sam . . . 
plans to enter the Marines after graduation. Good luck, Tom ! 

KENNETH R. KEZER College 

3 Fern Street 

Star athlete Ken, co-captain of our football team, disliked the 
cold suppers after practice. Known as "Indian" to his friends, 
Al, John, Bob, and Bill, he liked sports and history at W.H.S. 
Ken plans to major in physical education at either U. of Mass. 
or Springfield College. 

Activities: Sophomore Class President, Christmas Show 2, 3, 
Talent Show 3, Glee Club 3, Junior Red Cross Representative 
3, Home Room Representative 3, Football 2, 3, Co-captain 4, 
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. 

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WILLIAM KILEY College 

18 Beaver Street 

"Yeow" was Bill's cry . . . enjoyed W.H.S. and trig with 
pals, Paul, Ken, Joe, Bob, Dick, and Roger . . . disliked home- 
work and long lunch lines. Good luck, Bill, in your future 
college days. 

Activities: Cafe squad 2. 3, Mirror Representative 4. 

DAVID KING General 

588 Lexington Street 

Business law rated tops with Dave at W.H.S. . . . could be 

found riding around with friends, John, "Jug," Paul, Fred, 

and Bill . . . pet peeve is women drivers. Dave's future plans 
include serving Uncle Sam and business school. Best of luck. 
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ALLAN KINGSLEY Business 

16 i Florence Road 

Al enjoyed baseball, basketball, and various other activities 
with his friends. Joe, Tom. Bernie. and Phil . . . hopes to join 
the United States Air Force. 

Activities: Waltham Senior Band. 




SUSAN KING College 

61 Aberdeen Avenue 

Petite Sue, one of our peppy cheerleaders, enjoyed math best 
at W.H.S. . . . close cohorts include Sue and Elaine . . . hopes 
to attend Bates in the fall. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 4, German Club 3. 4. Executive- 
Council 4, Student Council, Hockey Cheerleader 4. Mirror 
Representative 2. Newspaper Staff 4, Football Usher 3, Talent 
Show 2, 4, Senior Play Committee, Dance Committee. 




LAWRENCE KINSLEY Tcxhnual 

1 J Colonial Avenue 

Tall Frit, as he is willed by his friends. Charlie. Dick. Tom. 
and Martv. hopes to enter the LToivenit) of New Ma 
Michigan State, whete he will study architecture When El 
isn't studying, he might possibly be found in the gym pr.ii" 
for DeMolav basketball games 

Activities: German Club Debating Club >, 1. Audio- 

Visual Staff I. Dramatus Club ; \cwspaper Staff 

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( HAR1 ES KR1 SSBR Technual 

Stl rlin.c Road 
One of the tech cane. Chuck likes Mr Pettinati s classes best 
partners in crime include Eric, Red. Bill, and Duk. 
after the Air I I s ^ii to lollege for Chuck 

Activities. Rifle Team 2, s i, Electrical Committee 2. Home 
Representative 2, Junior Prom Committee : 

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SANDRA KRINOPOL General 

80 Myrtle Street 

"You're a brute, lady!" says Sandi . . . enjoyed chemistry at 
W.H.S. . . . friends include Carole, Brenda, Ann, Marie, and 
Marsha. Sandi is a future "lady in white." Best of luck, Sandi ! 

NANCY KRUSE College 

29 Hawthorne Road 

"Nance" is going to attend Wilfred's Hair Styling School 
and learn to style the crowning glories of beautiful women . . . 
enjoys democracy classes . . . almost always seen with Rosie, 
Sue, and Bev. Keep the curlers rolling, Nance! 

Activities: Senior Play Committee, Newspaper Staff, Red 
Cross 2 . 




RICHARD LANDRY College 

25 Ash Street 

"Ah-so," says Dick . . . often seen. with Dave and Butch 
. . . enjoyed geometry best at W.H.S. . . . spends free time 
skin diving. This former South Juniorite plans to attend prep 
school and then college. Good luck, Dick! 

Activities: Football 3. 




JAMES LARKIN College 

128 Ellison Park 

History was the favorite subject for "Terry," who wishes to 
enter Holy Cross in September . . . enjoyed swimming, hunting, 
and playing baseball with his friends, Bob, John, Carl, and Wes. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Mirror Business Staff 4, Home 
Room Representative 2, Junior Prom Committee 3. 




MARTHA LA ROSEE College 

184 Brown Street 

As Co-Editor of the Mirror, cheerful Martha is always as 
busy as a bee . . . enjoyed democracy and cheering for the 
hockey team best at W.H.S. The teaching field beckons Martha, 
who wants to attend Framingham State Teacher's College . . . 
friends include Gerry, Ann, Barb, Joy, and Kathy. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, Secretary 4, Hockey Cheerleader 
3, 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Play 4, Christmas Show 3, Newspaper 
Column 2, 3, Maroon Squad 4, Dramatics Club Play 3, Glee 
Club 3, Junior Class Secretary 3, Red Cross Representative 3, 
Mirror Representative 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Open 
House Usher 2, Co-Editor of Mirror 4. 

KAREN LARSON Business 

231 Lowell Street 

Quiet Karen enjoyed filing and shorthand best at W.H.S. 
. . . favorite chums were Nellie, Barbara, and Marion . . . 
plans to enter Burdett College after graduation. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, Pep Club 4. 

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ROBERT LA VOIE General 

29 Howard Street 

After graduation in June Bob is going to help Uncle Sam 
in one of the armed services. He disliked having to do book 
reports but enjoyed democracy class. Some of his hobbies are 
swimming and basketball . . . buddies include Ronny, Ed, Leo, 
John, Jim and Bill. 

DONALD LE BLANC College 

18 Howard Street 

Don bore a pet peeve for women drivers, so beware, girls. 
He hopes to further his education at the U. of Mass. next fall. 
Algebra was high on his list of favorites at WHS. . . . 
friends include Buddy, Larry, Dave, Jerry, Fred, and Bill. Best 
of luck, Don ! 



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HELEN LE BLANC General 

11 Clark Street 

"Practice what you preach," states Helen, who came to us 
from North Jr. . . . liked foods, gym, and math best at WHS. 
Musical instruments, dancing, swimming, and reading also rated 
high with her . . . seen with Betsy, Gabriella, Irene. Lutcctte. 
Barbara, and Linda. Helen plans a career in nursing after grad- 
uation from Newton- Wei lesley Hospital. 



ANITA LE CAIN College 
105 Greenwood Lane 

This young miss could almost assuredly be found with Ruthie, 

Cinny. or Linda. "Nites," as her friends know her, liked 

democr.icv and her trips to N, H. . . . plans to attend Lowell 
State and become a teacher. 

| Activities: Ski Club 3. 4, Dramatics Club i. Debating Club t. 

Christmas Show. Scenery — Operetta 3. Junior Prom Commit- 

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South Street 
Eddie plans to take to wings for 1'ndc Sam after graduation 
Democracy il.iss u.iv ■ favorite at WM v where his con - 
in crime included Boh. Paul. John, and Bill (loivl Iiu'k I 

!< >S1 PH U noux Business 

"1 Charles Street 

After graduation it's the Air Force for Joe, who* 
hobbies arc model planes and photography enjoyed law 

best at W'altham High buddies include Phil. (• 

and Fr.ink Good luck. Joe! 



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ROBERT LINCOLN Vocational 

63 Myrtle Street 

"Abe" could usually be seen chatting with friends, John and 
Pete . . . enjoyed shop theory best in high school . . . aspires 
to join the U. S. Air Force. 

SUSAN LINFIELD Business 

27 Porter Road 

"O-o-o-o-h!" says Suzy to chums, Cookie, Eileen, Ellie, Joan, 
Mary, Barbara, Sue, and Martha. After classes blue-eyed Suzy 
plays tennis, sews, and dances. A secretary's position will give 
her a chance to use typing, her favorite subject. Best of luck, 
Sue! 

Activities: Pep Squad 4, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Mirror 
Typist 1, 4, Clerk in Business Office 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3. 







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BARBARA LOBDELL College 

320 Newton Street 

"Look out, that was a stop sign!" says Lizzie as she was called 
by her friends, Barb, Pat, and Beverly. Lizzie enjoyed chemistry 
but disliked the lockers at W.H.S. . . . future plans include 
a teachers college. 

Activities: Archery 2, Bowling 3. 





WILLIAM LISANO 

47B Rich Street 



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Tall Bill liked shop best during his high school years 
future plans are undecided. Best of luck, Bill! 







JOHN LOWD Technical 

15 Sharon Street 

This future engineer liked advanced math with pals, "Coachy," 
Joe, Wayne, Bo, and Harry. '39 Fords are at the bottom of 
his hot rod list. Handsome Johnny aspires to Tufts or North- 
eastern . . . Good luck! 

Activities: German Club, Christmas Chorus, Talent Show, Sec- 
retary of Push-Rods. 

JOSEPH LUCCHESE 

40 Dix Street General 

"Joe" as he is called by friends, Ken, Al, Dick, Ang, and 
Tony, enjoyed democracy best at W.H.S. "Hey, half-a-man," 
says this South Juniorite . . . plans on attending Bentley School 
of Accounting. Best of luck, Joe! 

Activities: Christmas Show 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior Play 
4, Homeroom Representative 4, Red Cross Representative 4. 

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HOPE LUDER College 

112 Wetherbee Road 

English rated high with Hope, who hopes to attend North- 
eastern University next year. In her spare time Hope enjoys 
reading and drawing. Her friends include Lennea and Deanna. 

Act/iilies: 1st prize in Kingsbury Temperance Essay 3, De- 
bating Club 3. Latin Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Archery 2, Volleyball 3. 4. 



ANN LUSKIN 



Business 



209 Riverview Avenue 

Ann liked democracy best at W.H.S. . . . friends include 
Nancy, Lois, Gerry, and Sandy. Among her pet peeves were 
short telephone conversations and people who aren't on time. 
She hopes to go on with IBM training after graduation. 

Acliiities: Football Usherette 3, Graduation Usher 3, Open 
House Usher 2, 3, 4, Mirror Representative 2. 



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PATRICIA MacDONALD Business 

61 Hawthorne Road 

This former North Junior High cutie is going to continue her 
business training at Burdett College. Patricia loves to glide over 
the water on skis. At WHS. English rated tops with her . . . 
nicknamed Pat by friends, Bonnie, Pat, and Joy. 

Activities: Pep Club Treasurer 4, Dramatics Club 4. Glee Club, 
Red Cross Representative 1. Operetta 3. Mirror Representative 
4, Maroon Squad 4, Mirror Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 1, 4, 
Senior Play 4, Graduation Usherette V 



MALCOLM MacCLARY College 

68 Caughey Street 

"How are ya?" says "Macky" . . . may be found with Anc. 
Bob, Ray, "Spidie," and Eddie . . . enjoyed football and parties 
while at W.H.S. This former North Juniorite plans on further- 
ing his education at the L'nited States Military Academy. 

Activities: Vice President of Senior Forum 4. Student Council 
3, 4. 





PETER MacDONALD College 

I oogfellow Ro.ld 

Popular Pete, as he is called bjf his pals Mai. Angelo. 
and Duk. hopes to attend the University of Massachusetts or 
B. C. When he is not with his friends, he can be found 
listening to music or studying bioloc\ ami English, which are 
his favorite sub]< 

Activities: Junior f lass Treasurer. Maroon Squad 4 \ -;\ipcr 
Column t. Junior Prom Committee 3. Home Room Representa- 
tive V I 

ELIZABETH MadNNIS lege 

10*) Scmmolc Avenue 

non minded Beth liked sewing best at W H S 
stitched the tunc IWty with Judy, Katln. Paula, and N 
. . . plans to enter Maiden School of Fashion and Design 
Activities: Dramatic Club V 1 Debating Club 2. Pep Ci 
Newspaper V I Isherette J, 4. Hockey Cheerleader 

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BETTY MAHER College 

32 Tomlin Street 

Betty, known for her friendly, "Hi Kids," hopes to don a 
nurse's uniform in the future . . . will be attending the New 
England Deaconess Hospital this fall. Among her many chums 
are Belle, Linda, Sue, and Rosalie. 

Activities: Pep Club 4, Badminton 2, Red Cross Representative 
2, Football Usher 3, Open House Usher 3. 

NANCY MAHER College 

242 Brown Street 

"Good morning, Sunshine!" declares Nancy . . . hobbies 
include taking pills and a boy named Mike . . . dislikes getting 
up in the morning and late arrivers . . . pals are Elaine, Miriam, 
and Nancy. Nancy's ambition is to attend Lasell Jr. College 
and become a medical assistant. 
Activities: Glee Club 3, Senior Play Committee 4. 




ROSALIE MALONE College 

90 Ellison Park 

"Okay, tiger!" says "Rosie" . . . enjoyed English in Mrs. 
Shirley's room. Rosie could be seen "zoom-zooming" in her 
car with Penny, Gerry, Nancy, and Marcia. After graduation 
it's Bridgewater State Teachers' College for Rosie. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3, Foot- 
ball Usher 2, Open House Usher 3, Christmas Assembly 2, 
Glee Club 3, Senior Play 4, Talent Show 4, Newspaper Staff 
2, 3. 




JUDITH MARCOLINA Business 

41 Winter Street 

"You know," Judy's favorite expression . . . friends include 
Martha, Fran, Joanne, Pat, and Ann . . . liked bookkeeping best 
at W.H.S. In the future some lucky boss will have Judy for his 
competent secretary. 

Activities: Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 4, Christmas 
Show 4, Open House Usher, Softball 2, Bowling 2. 




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MARY MARENO College 

195 Temple Road 

Mary's bright smile will soon be seen at Boston State Teach- 
ers' College. Madeline, Kathy, and Betty help her record col- 
lection along, as do Cookie, Frannie, and Shirley. Mary's other 
interests are piano playing and roller skating. Good luck in 
your teaching, Mary ! 
Activities: Basketball 2, Bowling 3, 4, Archery 3. 

JOAN MARSHALL College 

52 Pond Street 

History rated tops with genial Joan . . . could usually be 
found dancing or engaged in quiet conversation with Cookie, 
Eileen, Sally, or Janet . . . aspires to attend Framingham State 
Teachers College. 

Activities: Glee Club, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Op- 
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NANCY MASELLI Business 

16 Bolton Street 

Nancy's secret dream is to become a private secretary. Short- 
hand classes were her favorite at W.H.S. ... pet peeve is to 
be kept waiting. Nan may be found walking to class or talking 
with her friends. Sue, Ann. Dolores. Barbara, and Martha. 

CHARLES MASON College 

72 Barbara Road 

Fun-loving "Charlie" liked democraq' best at W.H.S. . . . 
constant cohorts were Dick, Bill, Al, and Joe . . . looks forward 
to college in the fall. Lots of luck, Charlie! 
Activities: Maroon Squad 4. 





WILLIAM McDERMOTT College 

18 Prentice Street 

"Mac" enjoyed history best at W.H.S., where he walked the 
halls with Chuck. "Red," and Bob. Collecting stamps and 
records rated high with Mac. Good luck when you don the 
Air Force blue. 



LAWRENCE McDONALD College 

19 Carleton Road 

Larry, as he is known to his friends, hopes to continue his 
schooling after graduation . . . liked history best at W.H.S. 
Outside of school swimming comes first on his list. One of his 
best friends is Bill McDermott. 





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89 Pond Street 

A buddy of loc. Frncst. Bob. and Lester. 
English best .it W H s future plans arc 

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john McDonnell 

Mayall Road 

'«, devotes muih of hi", leisure to photography Boston 
College is the god of this student, who emoved accounting 
.it Waltham High friends are Charlie. Brian. Bob. and 

Dare. 
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THOMAS McENANEY Vocational 

5 A Bedford Street 

"Hacher," as this lad is known to his friends, Will, Vinnie, 
John, Bill, Jimmy, and Jerry, enjoyed history best at W.H.S. 
. . . hopes for a profitable career as a machinist. 

DOLORES McFARLAND Business 

97 Alder Street 

Shorthand ranked high with Dolores at W.H.S. , where her 
friends were Nancy, Susan, Barbara, and Martha. Waiting for 
people is her pet peeve ... is another of our girls who plan 
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MARTHA MEADE General 

339 Grove Street 

"Marty" could be found with Ronnie, Barbara, and Sarrin 
in the corridors of W.H.S. . . . enjoyed reading . . . bookkeep- 
ing was her favorite subject . . . would like to have had a 
larger locker . . . plans to attend business school after gradua- 
tion. 
Activities: German Club 3- 




ROGER MELANSON General 

49 Wellington Street 

Roger can usually be seen with his cronies, Bob, Barry, Joe, 
Ray, and Paul . . . disliked room 211 at W.H.S. . . . spends 
spare time playing the guitar. In the future Roger hopes to 
entertain us with his music. 




SHIRLEY MICKALSEN Business 

33 Sparkill Street 

"Hey Sapphire!" shouts Shirl to friends, Janet, Elizabeth, 
Kathy, Natalie, and Mary. Typing and law were her favorites 
at W.H.S. . . . future plan is to attend B. U. 
Activities: Bowling 3. 

CAROLYN MILLER Business 

17 Emmeline Avenue 

Cute "Cookie" is going on to B. U. or Burdett and follow 
a business career. Shorthand was tops on her list . . . loves 
to float over a ballroom floor . . . "ses amies" are Eileen, Mary, 
Joan, and Susie. 

Activities: Secretary-Treasurer of National Honor Society, At- 
tendance Staff 3, 4, Newspaper 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Clerk in 
Business Office 3, 4, Usherette 3, Sports 2, 3, 4. 

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SARRIN MILMAN College 

16 Hardy Pond Road 

Art school is talented "Millie's" destination . . . painted the 
town with Ginny, Judi, Martha, and Terri. Good luck, Millie! 
Actiiities: Glee Club 3. 

ROY MILTON College 

25 College Farm Road 

Further schooling is Roy's objective; his favorite topic is 
history . . . pals are Norman, Don, Angelo, and Charlene. We 
wish you luck, Roy! 

Actiiities: Senior Play Committee 4. Baseball 2, 4, Hockey 
2, 3, 4. 





KATHRYN MIMINOS College 

290 Temple Road 

Reading and listening to Johnny Mathis' records consume 
much of cheerful Kathy's free time. Democracy rated tops with 
this future hairdresser . . . frequent companions are Man. 
Ginny. Frances, and Judy. 
Actiiities: Archery V 4, Bowling 4. 




ELIZABETH MOGAN General 

7 Pearl Street 

"Ya don't know, do ya?" says Betty who enjoyed foods best 
at WHS. This South Juniorite, whose friends include Irene, 
Helen, and Lucy, enjoys collecting records. Best of luck in the 
future. Betty! 





PAUL MOGAN 

Si htMil Street 



College 



Likeable ' Moc cnioyed participating in school activities with 
friend Rick and Louis . favorite subject at W H S WU 

English . . . hopes to attend college in the fall. Best of link' 

President of the Senior Class, Dramatic Club. B 
of Directors' Chairman. Boys' Glee Club. Football I, 
Homeroom Legislator S 01 Play, Talent S Operetta. 

Dramatics Club Plav 

BR] ND \ MORGAN Business 

1131 Mam Street 

I can't ^t.ind it!" declares Bic B>i-;-<r rn 

eating and singing always found with Joanne, 

or Bcts\ favorite sub e procedure ambition 

is to attend a nursing sih<v<l after graduation 

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WILLIAM MORRIS General 

161 Winter Street 

Sportsminded Bill enjoyed all the sports while at W.H.S. In 
his spare time Bill liked to play the drums . . . partners in 
crime were Skip, George, Leo, and Paul . . . plans to attend 
Hebron Academy. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4. 

MARY ANN MULA Business 

35 Harvard Street 

Complacent Mary Ann could be found in the company of her 
constant companions, Carol, Pat, Donna, and Franny . . . 
whiled away many a free hour drawing. Mary Ann looks for- 
ward to entering art school in the future. 



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JUDITH MULHOLLAND College 

48 Trapelo Road 

Striking Judi liked art best at W.H.S. Judi is usually ac- 
companied by Sarrin, Carolyn, Anna, Natalie, Kathy and Judy. 
In spare time she enjoys teaching swimming . . . plans to at- 
tend Colby Junior College and then become a secretary. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, 
Debating Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Library 
Council 3, 4, Usher Open House 3, Usher Dramatic Club Play 
3, "Naughty Marietta" 3. 




LOIS MURRAY Business 

131 Hardy Pond Road 

Dancing and accounting class rank with Lo . . . disliked 
carrying books . . . friends include Joanne, Ruthie, Snookie and 
Sarrin. "Lo" aspires to work in a bank after attending an ad- 
vertising or sales school. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Mirror Representative 2, Girls' Sports 
2, 4, Football Usher 3. 




WAYNE MURRAY Technical 

50 River Street 

Wayne and his partners, Will, Orin, Harry, and Joe, were 
well-versed in hot rods . . . liked advanced math with Mr. 
Pettinati best . . . plans to study at a technical school in the 
fall. 

ROBERT NAHIGIAN College 

14 Hagar Lane 

Trig was Bob's favorite at W.H.S. while over talkative girls 
and rising before 11:00 A.M. were among his pet peeves . . . 
enjoyed going to parties with pals, Macky, Eddie, Wayne, and 
Dickie. Good luck in college, Bob. 

Activities: Mirror Staff 4, Maroon Squad 4, Props Committee 
of Senior Play 4. 

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JOSEPH NASON Business 

33 Alder Street 

"Blackfoot" says he is our own representative of the American 
Indian. He hopes to enter the State Police Academy after grad- 
uation. Boxing and football come high on his list . . . buddies 
include Bod, Orin, Dan, and "Swede" . . . liked democracy 
best at W.H.S. 

Activities: Football 2, Baseball 2, Hockey 2, Senior Play Com- 
mittee 4, Maroon Squad 4, Monitor 3. 

DAVID NEELON College 

244 Florence Road 

Dave plans to enter business with his father after graduation 
from college . . . roamed the halls with Andrew. Wayne, Larry, 
and Frank . . . liked English best at W.H.S. 




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ELEANOR NIXON Business 

76 Albemarle Road 

Eleanor, one of our peppy cheerleaders, hopes to enter nurs- 
ing school at Framingham t'nion Hospital. Ellie's favorite sub- 
jects include chemistry and biology. When she is not studying, 
swimming, or playing tennis, you might find her with Tcrri. 
Martha, Barbara, Nancy, or Marcia. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4, Senior Play Committee 4, 
Debating Club 2. Pep Club i. Open House t'sher 2. - 
M Staff i. Business Office Staff 4. Glee Club }, Basketball 

i. 2, y Softball l. 2. 



ROBERT NELSON Business 

46 Mayall Road 

"Nelly" as he was known to his friends. Phil. Paul. Beetle, 
Blackfoot, George, and Keough, disliked trying to get into 
school before the 8:00 bell . . . future plans include attending 
Bentley Accounting School. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. Mirror Representa- 
tive 3. 










SAMUEL NOAH College 

B Me Brides Court 

Sammy liked democracy best at W.H S. . . . didn't care for 
cms in 211 . . . Among his friends are Dave. Joe. Angic. 
Bob and John . . plans to enter the mechanical field. 
Activit . Basketball 

JOANNE NUNNARI Business 

61 Arcadia Avenue 

Pretty Joanne plans to become an executive secretary after 

graduation from business school . liked shorthand h 

W H s, friends include Mildred. Carolyn. Soma. Linda and 

Lorraine 

Activities: National Honor Sodet] Glee 

dub, Attendance Stal imobilc. Business 

Office Staff. Girl- Bowlm, 

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PAULA OBERLY General 

61 Adams Street 

Art appreciation and democracy were Paula's favorites at 
W.H.S. . . . shadows were Gabriel, Lucille, Irene and Linda. 
After graduation Paula hopes to enter a school of practical art. 
Activities: Scholastic Art Award 3. 

ELAINE O'BRIEN General 

25 Calvary Street 

Just dial "O" at N. E. Tel. and Tel. for this girl in the 
future . . . loved the cooking classes at W.H.S. Like most teen- 
agers she disliked getting up early . . . most often seen with 
Edna and Phil. 




WARNER OLANDER College 

111 Lowell Street 

Chemistry is at the top of "Swede's" list of studies, and ten- 
nis and chess are high in his list of favorite recreations . . . part- 
ners are George, Daniel, Roy, and Joe. Best of luck in the 
service, "Swede!" 

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MARILYN OLOFSON Business 

50 Wayne Avenue 

Typing was Marilyn's favorite subject at W.H.S., where her 
friends included Liz and Mary . . . enjoys playing the piano. 
Good luck to you, Marilyn, in your future business career! 



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KATHLEEN O'NEIL College 

37 Autumn Lane 

"Kathy-O," one of our peppy football cheerleaders, hails from 
Natick, Mass. . . . loves to draw, sew, and ice skate. After 
W.H.S. it's college for vivacious "K-O" . . . chums include 
Judy, Nancy, Betty, and Gerry. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Newspaper 4, Debating Club 
3, Glee Club 3, Cheerleader 4, Operetta 3, Dramatics Club Play 
3, Senior Play 4, Graduation Usher 3, Mirror Art Staff 4, 
March of Dimes Candidate 4. 

FRANCES ORDILE Business 

27 Woburn Street 

Franny can always be found in the corridors looking for Pat, 
Norma, Mary, or Maryann . . . likes typing . . . dislikes home- 
work. After graduation Fran plans to work in an office and then 
perhaps attend college. 

Activities: Softball 3. la 




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JUDITH ORNSTEDT General 

245 Calvary Street 

"You're kidding," declared Judie who liked her French class 
at W.H.S. . . . enjoyed eating all kinds of food with Martha 
and Denise. Judie plans to attend a business school and be- 
come an efficient medical secretary. Good luck, Judie! 

MARJORIE OWENS College 

87 Washington Avenue 

Bright-eved Marge could always be found cheering for our 
footbal 1 and basketball teams and rooting for a certain young 
lad . . enjoyed Mr. O'Brien's algebra classes best . . . the 
eight o'clock bell was a harsh sound to this happy Miss. 
"Penny," Ann-Marie, Barb, Gerry, and Martha were among her 
constant companions. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 
3, Home Room Legislator 3, 210 Staf: r 4, Guidance Office 3, 
Newspaper Column 3, Graduation Usher 3, Senior Play 4, 
Mirror Literary Staff 4, Open House Usher 4. 





SALVATORE PAGLIAZZO Vocational 

20 Bigelow Road 

"Sal," as this lad is known by friends, Don, Fuzz, Jerry, and 
Bob, enjoyed shop and shop theory at Trade . . . hopes to be- 
come a good carpenter . . . Good luck, "Sal!" 



STEPHEN PAPIA 



General 



25 Underwood Park 

Steve liked democracy best at W.H.S. . . . companions in- 
cluded Dave, Dick. Bernie, Bob, and Micky. After graduation 
it's the business school at Boston L'niversity for Steve 





RICHARD PARE College 

38 Cih.irv St ret t 

"How do you do this 5 " exclaims Richie to Hohnn\ 1 
and Dickie . . . girls and middle period study with Miss Daily 
were tops with him Future plans include aviation coun 
college and then the Air Force. 

RAYMOND PARKER lege 

167 Marguerite Avenue 

Ray h(>; ntmue with his schooling this fall. 1 

llU favorite subject Some of his buddies include Paul. 
M.ukv. Buhbic. Angle, and Ken a ting and ath 

1 luck in the future. Rav ' 

Activilii ■ Baseball >. 

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ROBERT PATUTO College 

72 Chester Lane 

"Bubby" could be seen with Joe, Den, Angie, Paul and 
Johnny . . . enjoyed democracy class best at W.H.S. "See ya 
round the campus," says this North Juniorite, who aspires to 
become a Phys. Ed. teacher after college. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Play 3, 4, Talent Show 
3, 4, Senior Play 4, Boys' Sports 2, 3, 4. 

SUSAN PEARSON College 

349 Newton Street 

"Does anyone have any perfume???" asks Pansi, as she is 
called by her friends, Ginni, Nancy, Eileen, Rosali, Sue, and 
Diane. She could usually be seen bowling or painting . . . 
hopes to attend college and then to pursue a career in journal- 
ism. 

Activities: Dramatic Club, German Club, Glee Club, Mirror 
Representative, Red Cross Representative, Football Usher, Senior 
Play Committee, Newspaper Column, Mirror Business Staff. 




MARIANNE PETERSON General 

278 Warren Street 

Marianne came to W.H.S. from North Junior High. In the 
future she hopes to attend a hairdressing school . . . liked 
cooking and art best at W.H.S. Barbara, Pat, Anne, and Martha 
are among her many friends. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4. 




JOHN PIERCE Technical 

11 Brook Avenue 

Vacation time means hunting and fishing for athletic Jack, 
whose future plans include Boston College and professional 
baseball . . . trig class rated tops with Jackie . . . buddies in- 
clude Paul, Ray, Kenny, and Bob. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, Mirror Representative 2, Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




NELLIE POULIOT Business 

57 Fuller Street 

Nellie could always be found with Marion, Barbara, Karen, 
and Jane. This friendly girl's favorite subject at W.H.S. was 
shorthand . . . plans to attend Chandler School for Women after 
graduation. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, Pep Club 4, Open House Usher 3. 

JUDITH PRENDERGAST College 

1 Drury Lane 

Boston College is in the future for Judy. Chemistry was a 
favorite course for this amiable senior, who also enjoyed bowling 
and skating with Kathy, Natalie, Betty, and Nancy. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Football 
Usherette 3, Newspaper Column 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Archery 2, 
Badminton 2, Operetta 3, Talent Show 2, 3. 

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ALLEN QUESTROM College 

21 Leonard Street 

"Well," declares friendly "Q-E" to his friends, Joe Pete, 
Dick, Charlie, Bill, and Angelo. "Q-E" looked forward to his 
democracy class . . . stayed clear of conceited girls . . . future 
plans include college. 

JANE QUIRK Business 

124 Willow Street 

A future private secretary, Janie hopes to attend Katherine 
Gibbs School. Classes in typing and shorthand were her favorites 
at W.H.S. An outdoor girl, Jane liked skating on both ice and 
hard wood floors . . . friends include Marian, Karen, Nellie, 
Barbara, and Diane. 
Activities: Open House Usher 3. 





BETTE RANDLE General 

33 Galen Street 

Betsey, as she is known to her friends, Dea, Betty 
plans to study hair styling at Mansfield Academy . 
included horseback riding and cooking. 
Actitities: Softball 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 
Christmas Program 3. 



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WILLIAM REARDON General 

39 Abbott Road 

Red-haired Bill would like to make the Air Force his career. 
At WHS. he liked democracy and gym best. Bill can usually 
be found with Bob. Bob, and Ronnie. Best of luck in the future! 

Activities: Operetta 3, Audio-Visual 2, 3. 




RI( HARD REILLY College 

1 17 Rivcrvicw Avenue 

"Rile." as he is called by his friends. Frank. Bill, tod Lenny. 

<d chemistry and boating during his high school ve.us 

. . . hopes to attend cither Boston College or Suffolk University. 

Activities: Rifle Club. Senior Pl.u Committee 4, Baseball 4. 

A I BERT RICARD Technical 

35 Hartwell Street 

"Always do ynir hc<t" is the motto of Al, who hopes to at- 
tend a college oi engineering. In his spare time Al experiments 
m electronics, along with his cohorts, Phil. Sebastian. Jim. 
and Mike 

I 1 Uin Club. Science Seminar. Executive Committee 

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ROBERT RICCI College 

30 Gilbert Street 

"Lime," as his friends, Bill, Tom, and Don called him, liked 
Mr. Pettinati's advanced math class best at W.H.S. . . . future 
holds technology at Northeastern. Best of luck! 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

GARRY RICHARDS Business 

1200 Trapelo Road 

Typing was a favorite with Garry, who disliked short lunches 
and long classes . . . often seen with Phil, Lester, Bernie, 
Kevin, and Mai. Garry is college bound with Mass. State 
Teachers' college in mind. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 



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ROBERT RIDLEY General 

708 Lexington Street 

Bob, whose pet peeve is homework, is going to give Uncle 
Sam a helping hand after graduating, for he plans on a navy 
career. Democracy was his favorite at W.H.S. . . . most 
frequently seen with Bill, Jim, Dick, Bob, and Pat. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4. 





ELAINE RITCEY College 

83 Cherry Street 

Popular Ritz often declares, "my word." Painting and bowling 
are high on her list of favorites . . . work is way down on the 
list . . . spends spare time with Nancy, Miriam, Nancy, and 
Bob . . . destination is a business school. 

Activities: Basketball 2, Football Usher, Scenery Committee of 
Senior Play, Red Cross Representative. 



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GERALDINE RIZZO College 

162 Lowell Street 

Vivacious Gerry will always remember her fabulous Junior 
year at the new school. She enjoyed roaming the corridors and 
spending time in the cafe with Martha, Kathy, Marge, Barb, 
and Rosalie . . . enjoyed the football and basketball games best. 
An avid Latin student, Gerry plans to attend Boston College 
and major in languages. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Senior Play Committee 4, 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Newspaper 
Staff 3, Home Representative 2, Red Cross Representative 2, 
Mirror Representative 3, Football Usherette 3, Graduation Usher 
3, Open House Usher 3, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 3, Dramatics 
Club Play 3, Maroon Squad 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior 
Class Secretary 4, Co-Editor of Mirror 4. 

ROGER ROBICHAUD College 

221 Grove Street 

"Couya" plans to enter the Air Force after graduation . . . 
biology was a favorite at W.H.S. . . . cronies in crime include 
Frank, "Fuzzy," Eddie, and Jim. Best of luck, Roger! 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3. 

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JOSEPH SCAFIDI 

27 Guinan Street 

Joe enjoyed collecting records . 
Bob, Pete, Jake, Dick, and Macky . 
History. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, Christmas Play 3. 



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cohorts include "Quey," 
favorite subject was U.S. 



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DONALD SCHAUFUS 

12 Wamsutta Avenue 

Don enjoyed shop theory, shop, and having fun with friends, 
Sal, Fuz, Jerry, and Liz . . . future plans include attending 
Wentworth Institute and some college. 

Activities: Safety Committee. 




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SUSAN SHEA Business 

180 Warren Street 

Perky Sue, head of the Mirror Clerical Staff, has her sights 
set on business school . . . liked shorthand best at W.H.S. . . . 
enjoyed cooking in her spare time . . . wore out the language 
with Jackie, the girls in IVDs, and the S.I.S. girls. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Temperance Award 3, Newspaper 4, Open House 
Usher 3, Talent Show 3, Bloodmobile 4. Red Cross Representa- 
tive 2, Operetta 3, Home Room Legislator 4, Senior Play 
Candy Girl 4, Head of Clerical Staff of Mirror 4. 



PAUL SHEA College 

11 Golden Crest Avenue 

Tall Paul, our husky crimson co-captain, seemed to enjoy 
trig, best at W.H.S. . . . When he was not out on the football 
field, Paul was usually seen with Ken, Bobbie, Ray, Angie, 
and Tom. This popular young man plans to enter college in 
the fall. 

Activities: Football 2. 3, Co-captain 4. 




MICHAEL SHIRLEY Technical 

190 Robbins Street 

"But. but." says Mike, who liked English and math best at 
w h S Seeing only ptfti of physio films was not to the liking 
of Mike and his pah. R.ih and Ron It's Boston University for 
this friendly fellow after graduation. 
Actiutics: Science Seminar 3. 4. Audio-Visual Squad 
German Club . Senior Band 2. v ). Junior Prom Com- 

mittee 3. Talent Show 2. J, ) 

JOSEPH SIANO lege 

203 Florence Road 

Joe, who eniovs shooting rifles, liked math best at WJH.S 
. . . hopes to attend Northeastern in the fall . most often 

seen with Bcrme. Sebastian. George, and Orm 
Activities: Treasurer of Rifle Club V Rifle Club 2. 3. 4. 

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CAROLYN SIMONETTI College 

317 Warren Street 

Tiny Carol hopes to attend Northeastern University in Sep- 
tember and major in biology or chemistry. Music, swimming, 
and roller skating help Carol enjoy her vacations. Joan, Carol, 
Janet, and Rose are listed among her many friends. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Debating Club 4, 
Open House Usher 3, Pep Club 4. 

GEORGE SKOGSTROM Technical 

248 Ash Street 

Maine Maritime Academy is George's destination next Sep- 
tember. Solid geometry, hunting, * carpentry, and archery place 
high on his list of favorites . . . partners in crime are Paul, 
Joe, Mike, and Bill. 

Activities: Basketball 4. 



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CONVERSE SMITH College 

416 Wyman Street 

Good-looking Connie enjoys hunting and fixing antique cars 
with Wes and Warren . . . dislikes conceited girls. This friendly 
senior's future plans include attending the University of Maine. 

Activities: Audio Visual 2, Christmas Show 3, 4, Senior Play 4 
Home Room Legislator 4. 




WESTON SMITH 

200 Trapelo Road 

"You didn't ask me," 
Warren. He liked math . 
enjoyed collecting money. 
at Northeastern University. 

Activities: Home Room Representative 2 
sentative 2, Junior Prom Committee 3. 



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Wes tells his friends Connie and 

. was annoyed by loud talking . . . 

Wes plans to further his education 



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SALLY SOLES Business 

25B Dermody Road 

"Sal," as she is called by her buddies, Sheila, Susan, Dotty, 
Joanne, Jane, and Pat, liked history with Miss McCullough best 
at W.H.S. . . . enjoyed skating and eating ice cream when she 
wasn't studying. This amiable girl's ambition is to travel and 
become a secretary after attending business school. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4, Debating Club 3, 4, Glee Club 
3, Operetta 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, 
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Badminton 4, 
Archery 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Mirror Clerical Staff 4, Open 
House Usher 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Bloodmobile 4, Wo- 
men's Club 4, Dramatics Club Play Publicity 4, Scheduling 3. 

BEATRICE J. SPILVA Business 

89 Vernon Street 

Fun-loving Beatrice had an aversion to underclassmen and 
eggs . . . spent many hours at W.H.S. in conversation with Pat, 
Bernie, Carol, Shirley, Betty, and Barbie. Beatrice's future plans 
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EDWARD A. SPINELLI Vocational 

38 Berkshire Road 

Ed spent many busy hours with Bill, John, and Tom . . . 
favorite subject was mechanical drawing . . . dislikes the 
weather and high prices. The future holds studying drafting at 
Wentworth Institute for Ed. 

WILLIAM SPRATT General 

262 Weston Street 

In school "Bugsy" liked democracy; outside of studies, sports 
rated highest. Jim, Dick, George, Angie, and Ronnie will be 
rooting him onward in his baseball career. Good luck! 
Activities: (At St. Mary's) Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 
Baseball 2, 3. 





MICHAEL STEELE College 

5 Kingston Road 

Mike, a transfer from Boston College High, could always be 
found with his close friends, George, Larry, Bill, and Ben . . . 
social studies rated tops with him . . . looks forward to major- 
ing in history at Boston Teachers' College. 
Activities: Dramatics Club I, Senior Play 4, Debating Club 4. 




KEVIN STEEDE Business 

4l Summit Street 

"Get serious," says "Red" . . . enjoyed study periods best 
at W.H.S. . . . disliked short lunches. Partners in crime in- 
clude Dave, Bernie. Gary. Larry, and Chicky . . . hop 
attend Northeastern and then enter the Navy. 

Activities: Junior Class President 3, Home Room Representative 
2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Baseball 2. 3. 4. Hockey 2, I 




LINNEA STENQUIST College 

321 WestOll Street 
name-haired Linme plans to bciomc ■ teacher of langua 

While .it W H *> she liked German best . . . friends include 
Stevie, Tern. Jay, and Do . . pastimes arc ballroom dancing, 
reading, and both listening to and participating in mi: 
Activities: President. National Honor s V 

dint of the German Club 5 ior Play Commit) [alert 

Show 2, - I, Ea ';■-• B< u ; s ' udent Council i. Bk> 
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>7 R»sc Hill Waj 

Friendly Stoic enj t nclish and Frcmh best al W.H.S 

. . . enjoyed music, especially when it consisted of singing with 
the "Sunnytones Km of her many friends include I.inmc. 

Dea. And. Tern. Jay, Sandy, Hclyn. and Jan hop 

tend l'n f M tuisctts 

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JOHN STEWART Vocational 

47 Clark Street 

Tall, dark, and handsome — the answer to a certain Senior 
girl's dream — that description fits Stu. He spent his spare time 
eating all types of food in the amicable company of Will, Tom, 
and Jim. After graduation it's the service for Stue. 
Activities: Football 2, Vice President of Senior Class. 

JOANNE STONE Business 

63B Hansen Road 

Joanne, who dislikes people who are late, could usually be 
found eating or skating with one or more of her friends, Brenda, 
Jackie, Susan, Sandra, Arlene, and Ann. This genial senior hopes 
to attend Mount Ida. 








LINDA SWENSON College 

396 Lexington Street 

Democracy was Linda's favorite subject at W.H.S. . . . walked 
the hallowed hall with Judie, Lois, and Sylvia. Outside of school 
Linda enjoyed driving her mother's car. Good luck, Linda, as 
you enter the medical profession ! 

Activities: Home Room Representative 3, Church Group 2, 3, 
4, United Fund 3, Heart Fund 3. 





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DAVID TARANTO Business 

12 Wardsworth Avenue 

Popular Dave hopes to serve his country in the Navy and to 
attend Northeastern . . . likes to race his fingers over the key- 
board of a typewriter . . . most often seen with Bernie, Kevin, 
Steve, Ronnie, and Dick . . . pet peeve is the length of the 
class periods. 

Activities: Home Room Representative 3, 4, Band 2. 




AUDREY TAYLOR College 

47 Villa Street 

"Aud" will become an English teacher after attending B. C. 
. . . enjoyed English and German the most. Among her hobbies 
are painting and reading . . . most often seen with Jay, Stevie, 
Terry, Linnie, Sandy, and Helyn. 

Activities: German Club, Latin Club Executive Board, Debating 
Club, Senior Play Committee, Scenery Chairman, Talent Show 
Committee 3. 

NANCY TEDESCO College 

72 Francis Street 

Artistically inclined Nancy gets enjoyment from drawing and 
piano playing . . . roamed the corridors with Kathy, Gerry, 
Paula, and Judy. English class suited this brunette . . . future 
holds fashion art school for Nan. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative 4, Dramatics Club 4, Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Newspaper Column 3, 4, Maroon 
Squad 4, Open House Usher 3, 4, Graduation and Football 
Usher 3, Christmas Show 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Junior Prom 
Committee 3, Dance Committee Chairman 4, Drama Club Play 
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WARREN TERRELL Technical 

16 Parmenter Road 

Rocketeer Rab is blasting off to the U.S. Air Force Academy 
. . . liked H.G.P.'s classes best at W.H.S. . . . mentioned in 
mischief with Mike, Ron, Sebastian, and Al. 
Activities: German Club, WHS. Band, President of A-V Staff, 
Science Seminar, Electrical Sta^f — President, Prom and Dance 
Committees, Science Fair 3rd prize 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 

PAUL TIRONE Technical 

14 Oak Street 

Washing silverware was Paul's pet peeve . . . cohorts in crime 

included Edgar, Coachie, Johnny, and Harry . . . willed his 

fifth period study on Thursday to future seniors. 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad, German Club, Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



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JOANNE TOMAO Accounting 

144 Prospect Street 
Girls' sports and business machines rated tops with this ath- 



letic miss 

Mater" 

Dotty. 

Activities: 
Sports 2, 



hopes to make Boston State Teachers' her "Alma 
Joanne is usually found with Sally, Sheila, and 



Dramatics Club 4, Glee Club 3, Ski Club 4. Girls' 
3, 4, Usherette 2, 3, 4. Mirror Representati\e 4. 

Talent Show 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Clerical Staff of Mirror 4. 

Mr. Husson's Staff 4, Football Usherette 3. and Publicity for 

Dramatic Club 4. 



IGINIA TONICKI Business 

Tr.ipelo Road 
)uiet Ginny is well known for her uncontrolled blushing 
. favorite subject was democracy. Among her many friends 
Liz, Mary, Jean, and Bobby . . . future plans include be- 
coming a secretary. 

tics: Glee Club 3, Rainbow. 





RI( HARD TRICON 1 College 

66 Xv.uk Street 

Democracy and weight-lifting rated tops with Diek. the Kn 
with the dynamic personality friends were Charlie. 

Bill, and Roger Harvard and I business iareer are included in 
Duk's future plans 

PATRICIA TYMAN ierm] 

273 ( ollegt Farm Road 

Pat. a tirl with a pleasing personality, disliked people who 
didn't have a sense of humor Biology and democracy wire her 
ite subicits. She roamed the hallowed corridor* I V\ H s 
with Anne. Sally, Janet, and Sheila . plans to be a nur 

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JUDITH VANASSE . College 

66 Shirley Road 

Judie enjoys collecting records when not studying biology or 
talking on the phone with pals, Lois, Cynnie, Sylvia, Georgia, 
Elaine, and Anita. Future plans include college for Judie, and 
we wish her all good luck! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Glee 
Club 3, Jr. Prom Decorating Committee 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, 
Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3, Mirror Rep. 4, Senior Play Rep. 4, Stu- 
dent Council Rep. 4, Dramatics Club Play Usher 3, Football 
Usher 3, Senior Play 4, Scenery — Operetta 3, Christmas Program 
3, Archery 2. 

ELIZABETH VARLEY Business 

195 Adams Street 

"Let's eat!" cries Liz, whose friends include Mary, Natalie, 
Shirley and Rose . . . enjoyed office procedure best at W.H.S. 
After attending Chandler School for Women Liz hopes to be- 
come a clerk typist. 




JOANNE VINCIULLA Business 

30 Wampum Avenue 

"Jo" enjoys dancing and playing records in her spare time. 
After graduation she will wait for a certain boy to come along. 
When "Jo" isn't doing homework, which is one of her pet 
peeves, she might be found going to the movies with Betty, 
Shirley, Gloria, Carol, or Bernadine. 





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CAROL VISCIONE Business 

153 Sheffield Road 

Carol disliked felt skirts and flat tires . . . liked office pro- 
cedure best at W.H.S. After attending Mt. Ida Junior College 
Carol plans to become a private secretary. Numbered among her 
hobbies were clothes and cars . . . friends include Marlene, 
Millie, Helen, and Sue. 

Activities: Freshman Class Treasurer 1, Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2. 




FRANCES WAITKUNAS General 

10 Lexington Terrace 

"I don't know," claims Anne, who had a major role in our 
Senior Play . . . enjoyed algebra best at W.H.S., where friends 
were Pat, Bette, and Janet. A future medical secretary, Anne 
plans to attend Lasalle Junior College. 

Activities: Senior Play 4, Pep Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, 
Usherette 3, Retarded Children Rep. 3, Red Cross Rep. 3, 
Church Group — St. Mary's 2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA WEBB General 

75 Irving Street 

Cute Barb is going to become a hairdresser after studying at 
Mansfield Academy. Cooking class was her favorite at W.H.S. 
. . . enjoys relaxing to music . . . almost always seen with 
Marianne, Anne, Ann, Alice, and Marth. 

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GAIL WENTWORTH College 

170 Worcester Lane 

Fun-loving Gail disliked waiting for people . . . hobbies 
included playing the piano and water-skiing . . . could be found 
riding in her car with Bev, Judi, Dee, and Linda . . . looks 
forward to entering college in the fall. 

Act'nities: Glee Club 3, Cafe Worker, 3, Usherette 3. Maroon 
Squad 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Newspaper Staff 2, 4, 
Mirror Staff 3, 4. 

NORMA WENTWORTH Business 

134 Taylor Street 

To acquire a good job as a clerk typist is Norm's ambition. 
She especially likes bowling and records . . . didn't appreciate 
the short lunch periods. Her many friends include Pat, Franny, 
Kevin, and David. 





RONALD WEST Vocational 

561 South Street 

"Who, me?" asks Ron who came to Waltham from Laconia. 
N. H., where he spent many leisure summers hunting and fish- 
ing. Ron is often seen with the lively trio of George, Dick, 
and Butch . . . plans to continue his education at a commercial 
art school. 



PAUL WHELAN Business 

90 Hardy Pond Road 

Paul, who came from North Junior High, could usually be 
found walking to classes with buddies, Phil, Nilly, and Gris 
. . . liked typewriting best at W.H.S. . . . looks forward to 
studying at Bentley's after graduation. 

Activities: Hockey 4. 





ALICE WHITE General 

44 Alder Street 

"Forget it." exclaims Al" . . . likes democracy, music, and 
dancing . . dislikes bossy people and pencil tappers . . 
always seen with Man. Diane, and Dorothy Alice looks for- 
ward to hearing weddinq bells after graduation Best of 
luck. "Al"! 



JOANNi \\ II I IAMS 

66 H.inscn Ro.nl 



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Quiet Joanne spent manv hours talking to Eileen. Joan, and 
Cuolyn in the Life liked French best at W H s loanne 

plans to study nursing at St Elizabeth 's in September Wr wish 
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SEPP WILLSCHER College 

17 Augustus Road 

Quiet Sepp came to us from Watertown High. "Chet," Billy, 
and Angie were among his many buddies . . . could always be 
found around his car . . . future plans include college <" the 
fall. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Maroon Squad. 

JUDITH WILSON College 

57 Warwick Avenue 

"Don't rush me," says Judi, who cheered our football and 
basketball teams . . . enjoyed democracy classes . . . best friends 
include Bev, Gail, Marcia, Dee, and Dotty . . . future plans 
are to attend nursing school. Best of luck, Judi! 
Activities: Football-Basketball Cheerleader 4, Business Editor of 
Mirror 4, Business Staff 3, 4, Literary Staff 4, Glee Club 3, 4, 
Newspaper Staff 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Mirror Representative 
3, Christmas Show 4, Cafeteria Worker 3, Open House Usher 
3, 4, Dramatics Club Usher 3, Football Usher 3. 



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SHEILA WITHERELL Business 

102 Stow Street 

"Oh dear!" exclaims friendly Sheila, who enjoyed 
best at W.H.S. Swimming and ice skating with friends, 



.yping 

Sally, 

hopes to attend 



Joanne, Dotty, Jane and Pat, rated high 
business school after graduation. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, Pep Club 4, 
Bowling 3, 4, Archery 3, 4, Basketball 2, 

Badminton 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Clerical 
Staff of the Mirror 4, Open House Usher 3, Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 4, Talent Show 4, Operetta 3. 



Dramatics Club 4, 
3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, 




JANET YAMARTINO 
36 Florence Road 



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"Give 'em the axe!" is the cry of one of Waltham High's 
peppiest cheerleaders. "Jay" hopes to make Regis or Emmanuel 
her alma mater. When she isn't doing homework, likeable 
"Jay" probably can be found watching television or talking on 
the phone to Helen, Audrey, Sandy, or Terri. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior 
Play 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Latin Club 2, D.A.R. 
Award, Complimentary Member of the Woman's Club, Blood- 
mobile 3, 4, Mirror Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Open House 
and Graduation Llsher 3, Christmas Show 3, 4. 




SONYA YOUNGQUIST Business 

67 Arcadia Avenue 

Shorthand was amiable Sonya's favorite subject at W.H.S 
. . . enjoyed working in the attendance staff -with Cookie, 
Joanne, and Eileen . . . Good luck to a future secretary ! 

NATALIE ZAIA Business 

39 Cutter Street 

Business school is in "Nat's" future . . . business machines 
was a favorite course at W.H.S. Her nimble fingers flirt with 
piano ivories in her spare time . . . chums include Shirley, 
Elizabeth, Ruth, Florence, Dotty, and Janet. 

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MADELINE COLLURA General 

286V2 Ri^r Street 

Popular Madeline, whose friends include Kitty, Joy, Ann, 
Pat, Connie, and Paul, enjoyed democracy best at W.H.S. She 
intensely dislikes conceited girls . . . future plans are indefinite. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Play 4, Dramatics 
Club 2, 3, Mirror Representative 3, Switchboard Operator 3, 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES DION General 

21 Lakeview Terrace 

Jimmy came to W.H.S. via Newton High . . . often seen 
with Ruthie and Bill . . . future plans include the Navy. Best 
of luck, Jimmy! 





DOUGLAS HAMPSON Vocational 

Old Wyman Road 

Friendly Doug enjoyed shop best . . . could often be found 
with "Skip" or Freddie . . . future plans lie in the field of 
carpentry. Good luck. Doug! 



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We, the Class of 1959, entered the doors of 
Waltham Senior High for the first time in Septem- 
ber, 1956. Thus we launched ourselves into the 
exciting orbit of activity in a large high school. 
After a few weeks of exploration in this strange 
environment, we performed our first duty as a 
class and held elections for homeroom legislators 
to the Student Council. Those chosen were Donald 
Bell, Judy Vanasse, Joe Curtin, Theresa Castellana, 
Elaine Freeman, Geraldine Rizzo, Weston Smith, 
Charles Kresser, and Barbara Jones. 

Serving as a get-acquainted dance, the Harvest 
Frolic was the forerunner of many successful social 
events which we were to enjoy during our high 
school days. 

The Sophomore Class was represented by the 
following members of the 1956 football squad: 
Paul Shea, Billy Green, John Chester, Bob Har- 
rington, Paul Mogan, Angie Castellana, Bob Patu- 
to, Jerry Chiarelli, and Ken Kezer. 

A significant highlight of our high school 
careers was the election of our first class officers. 
Ken Kezer was named to serve as president, capa- 
bly assisted by Dick Farr as vice-president, Linda 
Campisi as secretary, and Gale Lazaro as treasurer. 

In December the Student Council selected Marcia 
Aucoin to help cheer the hockey team to victory. 

The Waltham High basketball team, sparked by 
the talents of outstanding sophomore players, Ken 
Feeley and Ken Kezer, twice defeated a strong 
Brockton five and compiled a record of ten wins 
and two losses to capture second place in the 
Suburban League. The first team from our school 
since 1950 to secure a Tech Tourney berth de- 
feated its Salem opponent and then proceeded to 
the quarter-finals only to be defeated by a powerful 
Lynn-English quintet. 

In March, Waltham High presented one of its 
most successful productions, That's Entertainment, 
featuring many talented members of the Sophomore 
Class. This annual talent show served as a kick- 
off event for the 1957 Share in Democracy cam- 
paign. 

April brought a shower of stars in the Dramatic 
Club production. Salad Days, a three-act comedy. 

In the spring of 1957, under the direction of 
Mrs. Mary Keenan, Waltham High established a 
chapter of the Junior Classical League. Twenty- 
one proud members of the Sophomore Class were 
initiated into the Amici Latini. 




CLAS! 
1956- 

Two members of our class were honored by 
special awards: Hope Luder was the recipient of 
a Gold Key Award for fine art work, and Donna 
Carlstrom was appointed co-chairman of the Red 
Cross for Waltham High. 

In June the Student Council selected five mem- 
bers from the Sophomore Class to be cheerleaders 
for the coming 1957-58 football seasons. They 
were Dee Curtin, Linda Campisi, Elaine Freeman, 
Fredericka Ouellette, and Janet Yamartino. 

With the advent of summer vacation, we realized 
that our sophomore year was behind us, and we 
began to anticipate the fun we would have as 
juniors. 

Upon returning to school in the fall, we were 
thrilled at the prospect of spending our junior year 
at the Lexington Street School. The only draw- 
back was that we were as completely confused 
by the maze of corridors as the sophomores. After 
an investigation of our new surroundings, we 
elected the following homeroom representatives to 
the Student Council: Lois Beaton, Barbara Jones, 
Marjorie Owens, and Ken Kezer. Kevin Steede, 
Donald Bell, Martha LaRosee, and Peter Mac- 
Donald captured the honors of Junior Class presi- 
dent, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer re- 
spectively. 

Led by the cheerleaders, the auditorium resounded 
to the cries of "Fight, score, win!" The occasion 
was the football rally which preceded the tradi- 
tional Newton- Waltham game. A powerful Crim- 
son eleven defeated arch-rival Newton, 27-7. This 
was not the only time that we had cause to cheer. 
During the victorious 1957 season, the football 
team compiled an impressive record of six wins, 
one tie, and one loss. Lending valuable support to 
the team were Ken Feeley, Paul Shea, Mai Mac- 
Clary, Bob Cormier, Sepp Willscher, Angelo Co- 
toni, Jerry Chiarelli, Frank Cassidy, Paul Mogan, 
Bob Harrington, and Paul Gaudet, all able mem- 
bers of the Junior Class. 

In November we attended a Harvest Dance 
where we acquainted ourselves with the new 
faculty members and underclassmen. Later that 
same month Martha LaRosee and Joy Baldaro 
were selected by the Student Council to join the 
hockey cheering squad. 

In December, Judith Marcolina and Martha Hoyt 
joined the drum majorettes of the Waltham High 
School Band. 

Many of us had the opportunity of observing 
the inaugural ceremony of Waltham's new chief 
executive, Mayor Austin Rhodes. As a departure 
from precedent, the ceremony was held in the 
beautiful auditorium of the school. 

Among the new activities initiated during our 
exciting junior year were the Science Seminar, 
which held many interesting forums; a large, ac- 
tive Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Ray- 
mond Crawford; and a Ski Club, under the help- 
ful supervision of Mrs. Gabriel. 

Outstanding members" of our class were the 
recipients of various awards of merit. Beth Mc- 
Innis won the Waltham Singer Sewing contest. 



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'S HISTORY 
1959 

Alan Flaschner, an active member of the Latin 
Club, was elected vice-president of the Massa- 
chusetts Junior Classical League. Robert Grady 
received the Harvard Book Award presented yearly 
to deserving juniors. Richard Farr, Hope Luder, 
and several others received cash awards in the 
Kingsbury Temperance Fund Essay Contest. The 
National Honor Society, in recognition of char- 
acter, scholarship, leadership, and service, accepted 
twenty-five members of our Junior Class. 

The prom, highlight of our junior year, had 
"Seventh Heaven" as its theme. We, too, were 
there on the cold night of February 21, 1958. 

Donna Carlstrom was chosen to be our American 
Field Service student abroad for the summer of 
1958. To support the A. F. S. program we toured 
the world in Cruising Along in '58. 

In May, the Glee Club presented an operetta 
under the direction of Mr. Crawford. Donna 
Carlstrom starred in Naughty Marietta, and many 
other talented members of the junior class were 
a part of the cast. During the same month, the 
Dramatics Club presented its annual play, Life 
of the Party, a hilarious comedy 1 directed by Mr. 
Belliveau. 

As the last official action of the year, the Student 
Council elected its new officers. They were Dick 
Farr, president; Louis Salamone, boys' vice- 
president; Donna Carlstrom, girls' vice-president; 
and Joy Baldaro, secretary-treasurer. 

Returning to Waltham High in the fall of 
1958, we, as seniors, elected permanent class 
officers to lead us through our most important 
year. The class favored Paul Mogan for president, 
Donald Bell for vice-president. Geraldine Rizzo 
for secretary, and Carl Carlman for treasurer. 

Deanna Harrington and Louis Salamone were 
appointed by our headmaster, Mr. Sheehy, as co- 
editors-in-chief of the 1958-59 This Week at 
Walt bam High column, and Geraldine Rizzo and 
Martha LaRosee as co-editors-in-chief of the 1959 
Mirror. 

The Maroon Squad, an organization of student 
monitors to supervise the cafeteria, was efficiently 
operated by the Student Council. 

A Pep Club, also sponsored by the Student 
Council, was formed with the purpose of lending 
student support to our various school team. Bar- 
bara Booia was elected president by its enthusiastic 
members. Leading the cheering of this group were 
newly selected cheerleaders Judj Wilson, lane 
Fit/Gerald. Kathy O'Neil, and Captain-elect. Linda 
Campisi 

Co-captained by Ken Kczcr and Paul Shea, the 
football team gained a decisis victory hv defeating 
Lynn-English 10 to 20. Ken Kezer set a s, |„>,-| 
record of 212 total yards gained, and the entire 
team bettered the previous yardage record. 

The Senior Play, a three-act comedv entitled 
Turn Back the Clock, was presented in November 
Sue Bourque and Paul Mogan played the leading 



roles. Helping to make this play one of the most 
successful ever presented by a Senior Class were 
Marsha Gile, chairman, and Lois Beaton, co- 
chairman. 

The hockey team including these members of the 
Senior Class, Donald Bell, Richard Iannetti, Roy 
Milton, Robert Ridley, Kevin Steede, and Bill 
Morris, was supported by the faithful attendance 
of Cheerleaders Beth Maclnnis, Susan King, Ann- 
Marie Chisholm, Elbe Nixon, and Marcia Aucoin, 
captain. 

Led by Captain Ken Feeley, high scorer and top 
rebounder, the basketball team was commended for 
its sensational comeback in the Brockton game, its 
upset victory over Arlington, and its 63-62 triumph 
over Newton High in a Suburban League scorcher. 

A senior Forum was initiated under the direction 
of the Student Council. The purpose of this or- 
ganization was to bring significant matters before 
an interested group of students. Robert Grady was 
elected chairman, assisted by Mai MacClary as 
vice-chairman, Robert Nahigian as secretary, and 
Peter MacDonald as representative to the Student 
Council. 

Richard Farr's essay, This is My Security, My 
True Security, ranked highest among entries from 
three local high schools in a contest sponsored by 
the Waltham Junior Chamber of Commerce. Janet 
Yamartino was elected by the student body and 
faculty as recipient of the Daughters of the Ameri- 
can Revolution Award. Philip Connors was elected 
as delegate to Student Government Day at the State 
House in March. The Exchange Committee, con- 
sisting of Claire Bradley, Richard Farr. Pauline 
Ryder, Nancy Tecesco, and Carolyn Stevenson, con- 
ducted an exchange weekend at Waltham High 
School. Lois Beaton and Kathy O'Neil were our 
candidates for the March of Dimes Queen. 

One of the most enjoyable events of the year 
was the entertainment provided by the United 
States Naval Band. 

In March, the Dramatics Club presented Burner 
of the Bugle, a farce in three acts, directed by Mr. 
Gerald Belliveau. 

The beautiful evening of the Senior Prom was 
a fitting culmination to three years of laughter and 
academic pursuit. That wonderful event will be 
outstanding in our minds when we recall the many 
happy memories of our high school days 

As the time approaches for us to receive our 
diplomas and to depart from Waltham High, we 
sincerely recognize the efforts of our devoted 
faculty, who have done their best to prepare us for 
the future. 

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Be it known to all men by these presents that we, the Class of 1959, being of undis- 
guisedly unstable mind but of truly appreciative memory, do hereby give, devise, dispose, 
and convey these our remaining benefactions after just payment of our obligations. 

To Mr. Sheehy, our amiable headmaster, we leave our heartfelt thanks for his unfailing 
leadership during our memorable high school years. As a small token of our gratitude 
we leave our tarnished halos to be displayed on the main corridor walls as an inspiration 
for future classes. 

For Mr. May, our master, we hereby promise to install automatic monitors to detect 
talkers in the main corridors. 

In order that our submaster Mr. Hood may fit his many projects into his tight schedule, 
we have secured permission from the National Timekeepers' Council to extend his day to 
thirty-six hours. 

For our submaster Mr. Morang we have compiled a pamphlet entitled "A Shur-Nuff 
Cure for Spoonerisms" to prevent him from getting his words mixed up. 

To Mr. Husson we bequeath a cattle ranch with one thousand head of steer to provide 
him with his own private supply of steak. 

Miss McCullough has been fortunate enough to inherit another class of assiduous stu- 
dents to write a sequel to the book, The Golden Door, our history of Waltham. 

To Mr. Avery we deliver a chaise longe so that he may "take a rest" whenever he has 
the inclination. 

Mr. Meader shall receive a sky blue helicopter plus a landing, constructed on the W.H.S. 
roof, to bring him to school every day. 

To Mr. Belliveau, our debonair dramatics club director, we will a new series of plays 
written by someone else other than Marrijane and Joseph Hayes. 

We bequeath a weather station with all the latest instruments to Mr. Crehan with the 
provision that he forecast fair weather for all of next year's football games. 

To Mrs. Dunbrack we give a package of seeds to grow a shoe tree for her forty-five 
pairs of shoes. 

For Mrs. Goldings we have obtained an extra-large brief case in which to carry her 
voluminous French tests. S^ 

We have ordered a shiny red and white truck for Mr. 
play with during his dull moments. 

To the school we donate another Miss Coughlin, our sympathetic nurse, so that she may 
be in two places at the same time (although the copy could never equal the original in 
performance). 

For Miss Mooney we are buying a jeweled strong box made of solid gold and equipped 
with lock and key to keep her pennies which she collects from gum chewers. 

To Mr. Pettinati we leave the sophomore tech students for his rousing trigonometry 
classes with the assurance that "better days are coming." 

Mr. Viscarello shall have a seventy-six inch cymbal installed on his set of drums on the 
condition that he use them every week-end during his band performances. 

By special courier from England we send the Cullinan diamond to Miss Tahaney to add 
an extra little touch to her jewelry collection. 

For Mrs. Flynn we donate a new group of library assistants as capable as those whi<; 
she has had this year. 

To the juniors we give the honor of following in our footsteps. (We don't quite know 
whether to call it an honor or a misfortune, but we humbly bequeath it in either case.) 

We leave an unlimited supply of signed passes to the sophomores to be used at their 
discretion. 

Having witnessed this final will and testament in the year of our Lord one thousand 
nine hundred and fifty-nine, we do hereby and now invest it with our signatures as a 
seal of approval. — —id 

Kathleen O'Neil assisted by 
Deanna Harrington 

Co-executors: 
Miss Darmedy 
Mr. Curry 
Mr. Glynn 
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Suzanne Bourque 




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Joy Baldaro 




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President, Dick Farr; Boys' Vice President, 
Louis Salamone; Girls' Vice President, 
Donna Carlstrom; Secretary-Treasurer, Joy 
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GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS 

Treasurer, Joseph Garrahan; Publicity, 
Dick Hohmann; First Vice President, 
Kenny Zeno; Second Vice President, Linnea 
Stenquist; President, Terri Castellana; Sec- 
retary, Audrey Taylor; Entertainment, Lois 
Beaton. 



NEWSPAPER EDITORS 

FIRST ROW: T. Cosgrove, P. Ryder, 
Dick Farr. L. Salamone, Co-Editor; D. 
Harrington, Co-Editor; P. Connors, S. 
King. SECOND ROW: J. Yamartino, 
T. Castellana, N. Granchelli, R. Sweet, 
M. Gile, S. Barclay. M. Aucoin, S. Shea. 



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FRONT ROW": R. Restien. M McNeil, 
C. Clark, P. Kellv. C. Talw. B. O'Brien. 
SECOND ROW:' J. Frechette. L. Zeno, 
J. Kaplan, T. Paquette, C. Skinner, C. 
Smith, P. Connors. T. Genova. W Olan- 
der. D. Cutter, J. Quinn. THIRD ROW: 
C. DeRose, F. Wright, J. Recine. E. 
Jenkins, S. Shea, L. Swenson. L. Beaton. 
B. Holl, J. Crusco. C. Rodosta. C. Ana- 
sara, M. Abbott. 



LATIN CLUB OFFICERS 

Treasurer, Irene Asekoff; President, Terri 
Castellana; Secretary, Elaine Stern, Repre- 
sentative to J.C.L., Tony Palumbo; Vice 
President. Herbert Morang; Vice President 
of J.C.L., Alan Flaschner. 





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AUDIO VISUAL STAFF 

Warren Terrell, Michael Shirley, Michael 
Healion, Charles Terrell, Russell Parley, 
A. Simione, Ronald Hartley, Hank Webb. 





SKI CLUB OFFICERS 

Treasurer, Robert Ma- 
bie; President, Sylvia 
Barclay; Secretary, Lois 
Beaton; Vice President, 
Barry Dolan. 



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FIRST ROW: Mr. Siano, J. McNeil, M. 
Cosgrove, B. Grady, P. Crowell, E. Range, 
D. Crowell, D. Wells, D. Bell, B. Nel- 
son, T. Sherman, Mr. Glynn. SECOND 
ROW: R. Mabie, F. Heri, W. Sullivan, 
L. Swenson, P. Jacquith, K. Stankard, J. 
Siano, C. Kresser, P. Johnson, P. Good- 
win, G. Jackson, A. Ala, S. Gustafson. 
THIRD ROW: R. Kinraid, D. Rudman, 
W. Tight, F. Jenkins, P. Swenson, S. 
Tuccio, R. Archibald, J. Hannigan, F. 
Pazzano, R. Beckland, G. Richards, B. 
Garland. 




SCIENCE SEMINAR 

FRONT ROW: Warren Terrell. Michael 
Shirley, Thomas Genova. Ronald Wood- 
land. Joseph Garrahan. BACK ROW 
Alan Flaschner. Robert Grady. Martin 
Cosgrove. Lawrence Kingsley. Andrew 
Ala, Charles Kresser. Richard Hohman. 
Fred Hire. Kenneth Gage. 



NURSES CLINIC 

Ruth Harris 
P. Cunningham 
Mivs Coughlm 
Paula Ryan 
Anna Copsoa 






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FRONT ROW Janet Yamartino. Anna 
Copson, Paula Rvan. Pauline Rvder. Eileen 
Jenkins BACK ROW Cynthia Delano, 
Marjorie Owens. Sandra Blomen. Audrey 
Taylor, Miriam Bonadio, Mama Aucoin, 
Joyce Dona. Karen Reidv. Barbara MostO- 
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DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS 

President, Dick Farr; Secretary, Martha 
LaRosee; Vice President, Ann Paquette; 
Treasurer, Cheryl Clark. 



LIBRARY COUNCIL 

FRONT ROW: Kath- 
erine Miminos, Paula 
Ryan, Anna Copson, 
Helen Charlton. SEC- 
OND ROW: Cynthia 
Delano, Suzanne Wea- 
gle, Carolyn Gage, Nat- 
alie Granchelli, Judi 
Mulholland, Eileen 
Weiser, Maryann Bat- 
taglia, Irene Asekoff, 
Dorothea Sterling. 
THIRD ROW: Elaine 
Stern, Faith Norton, 
Ann Paquette, Judy 
Behnke, Lesley Dodge, 
Virginia Sinclair, Dor- 
othy O'Mally, Jean Mc- 
Carthy, Priscilla Moran, 
Ruth Thorburn, Mrs. 
Flynn. 




ELECTRICAL STAFF 

FRONT ROW: Joseph Garrahan, Warren 
Terrell, Michael Shirley, Tommy Kirley. 
BACK ROW: Michael Healion, Charles 
Terrell, Ronald Hartley, Kenneth Andrews, 
Arthur Prior. 



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FIRST ROW: A. Castellana, B. Bonica, 
P. MacDonald, L. Campisi, P. Ryan, M. 
Owens, P. MacDonald. SECOND ROW: 
B. Nahigian, M. Gallant, K. Kezer. D. 
Harrington, R. Parker, D. Farr, P. Con- 
nors, K. Brink, T. Genova. BACK ROW: 
N. Tedesco, G. Rizzo, M. LaRosee, B. 
Holl, S. King, G. Wentworth, J. Baldaro. 




PEP CLUB OFFICERS 

President, Bonny Bon- 
ica; Treasurer, Pat Mac- 
Donald; Secretary, Susan 
Lydon (not pictured); 
Vice President, Paula 
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filled by mostly green and 
inexperienced players. Coupled 
with this disadvantage were 
the numerous injuries 
which sidelined many key 
players throughout the 
season. Despite these draw- 
backs the team fought hard. 
and Coach Zeno himself said 
he had never before seen 
spirit that was comparable to 
that of this years team. It 
was this spirit and des.re to win 
that crushed Lynn English 40-20, 
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Coach Quinn, like Coach Zeno, was faced with a 
problem of experience when the 1959 basketball 
season rolled around. Having only two returnees 
from last year's quintet, Mr. Quinn had to bring up 
second string and junior varsity players to fill the 
open positions. Despite this handicap the Crimson 
dribblers held their own and the final outcome was 
suspended until the last few minutes of play in fifteen 
of their seventeen games. Of the nine losses suffered 
during the season, five were by five points or less, 
two of them going into overtime. Standout of the 
season was Captain Ken Feeley, who besides breaking 
the school record with 33 points, won the Suburban 
League scoring title. 



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Blanked by a season of twelve defeats and only 
two ties, our Crimson club closed out its last year 
in the Bay State Hockey League. 

Our skaters this year could not break the thirteen 
year jinx with Walpole. Nevertheless, the boys were 
in there skating. 

Both newcomers and veteran players are looking 
forward to becoming members of the Greater Boston 
Interscholastic Hockey League next year, as is Coach 
Walter Brinn. 



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This fall an elimination badminton 
contest was held in the gym. After the 
sophomore, junior, and senior class win- 
ners were determined, the final play- 
offs among these three were held. 
Pauline Ryder, the senior class winner, 
defeated Ann Paquette and Janet Wiker. 
the junior and sophomore class winners 
respectively, and thus won the badmin- 
ton championship for the 1958 season. 



BOWLING 

During the three years that the class of 1959 has 
spent in V.H.S.. there has been an active bowling 
league. We have had class teams and matches an- 
nually with Arlington and Newton. Two trophies 
were won in 1958 by Georgia Dinjian, the highest 
individual scorer, and Eileen Jenkins, the girl with 
the highest bowling aver*: 




BASKETBALL 

Three teams, the varsity and two junior varsity teams, and the class 

team _ as an eventful basketball season this year. Joanne Tomao 

was elected as the captain of the varsity squad and the senior class team. 

In the class ma- ur senior team came out on top. A game with 

Man's of W'altham also highlighted the season. 



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SPORTS 



VOLLEYBALL 

"Side out; rotate," was the familiar cry heard 
at three annual volleyball matches with Cam- 
bridge Latin School in which many of our 
graduating seniors participated. Besides our inter- 
school games, our class teams from sophomore 
to senior year won most of the class matches that 
we played. 





SOFTBALL 

Our softball season begins with trying 
for varsity, junior varsity, and class teams. 
Several members of our senior class have 
played \.irsity softball against Newton High 
School and Chapel Hill School for three 
seasons. These girls are: Joanne Tomao, 
Eileen Jenkins, Georgia Dinjian. Pauline 
Ryder, Sally Soles, Dorothy Savage, Barbara 
Jones, Martha Hoyt. and Sheila W'ithcrtll. 



ATHLETIC AWARDS 

Plaque for Outstanding Athletic Abilitj I II HEN II NKINS 
Gold "W": PAULINE RYDER 
Silver \\ GEORGI \ DINJIAN 

MARTHA HOYT 

DOROTHY SAVAG1 

[OANN1 Tomao 

SHEI1 \ \\ HIUIl REL1 



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CLASS PROPHECY - 1959 

Alice had just finished putting away the dinner dishes and thoroughly exhausted had 
slumped into her cozy divan. Beside her was her charming teenage daughter viciously 
chewing her gum and reading her English literature assignment. "How dull," Alice 
thought; "there aren't even any pictures in this book." Suddenly from the front yard 
came a piercing, positively inhuman yelp ! Seized by the horrid thought that her husband, 
Peter Anderson, had again tripped over the ash barrels, Alice dashed outside with her 
Doctor Bell's Handy Health Kit. Realizing that Peter and Mr. Richard Mikula, partners 
in Sawdust Carpenters, Inc., were in the cellar sawing away, Alice began to shrink away 
from the weird noise. Just then, while Alice stood trembling, a large white rabbit raced 
by. It wasn't so much his plaid jacket and sunglasses that stunned Alice, but rather his 
illustrious voice screaming, "Oh dear! Oh dear! I'll be too late!" In a semi-hypnotized 
condition Alice hopped after the hysterical hare. After carrying on this ridiculous dis- 
play for what seemed an eternity, Alice glanced at her watch and was startled to discover 
that she was losing altitude — FAST! This descending journey ended abruptly and pain- 
fully on a cement slab. Upon coming out of unconsciousness, Alice noticed that the 
rabbit was gone and that she was in a strange new land — Walthamland — a place where 
all good little grads go after high school. A luxurious Lincoln and Schaufus limousine 
pulled up alongside her, and the suave chauffeur coolly inquired, "Want a lift, lady?" 
Weakly Alice replied that she would and jumped in, remembering to remove her muddy 
shoes before entering the plush auto. "Hello, I'm Gerald Burke, President of the 
Waltham City Council," remarked the gentleman in the back seat, "and I'm here to 
give you a tour of wonderful Walthamland. You're going to meet a lot of old friends 
from Ye Olde Classe of 1959." "How simply lovely," thought Alice. 

Whizzing down Route 127 9/10, Alice noticed a large building called the Grady and 
Cosgrove Research Center. These two brilliant scientists are developing an underground 
missile that will burrow through tons of earth and bring destruction to Communist moles. 
Alice and Mr. Burke first stopped at the Industrial Auditorium where the big business 
czars were meeting. They were gathered together to decide whether millionaire playboy 
Paul Joyce could rent part of the highway where he could hold weekly Jaguar races. 
Debating this problem were Wayne Murray, plant superintendent of Allen's Atomic 
Action Center, Joseph Bonica, manager of Ricci's Rocket Research Laboratories, and 
Robert Cocivera, chief taster at Castellana's Kumcjuat Canneries. 

Continuing down the highway of Walthamland, they were stopped for speeding by 
Chief of Police Everett Ritcey. After that embarrassing incident Alice and Mr. Burke 
visited the Peter MacDonald Hospital where Doctor Vincent Hayes, formerly of the 
Welding Department, was performing a delicate operation on Bill McDermott, a vacuum 
cleaner salesman with a tendency to stick his hands in suction tubes. Dr. Hayes was 
capably assisted by Dr. Thomas Shaughnessy and Dr. Gerald Chiarelli and nurses Eleanor 
Nixon and Barbara Webb. In the next room Chief Therapist Claire Bradley was soothing 
the ills of Lawrence Holbrook, famous football star, who had sprained his finger in the 
Robert Harrington Gym. Alice found great enjoyment in testing the air-conditioned 
Arnold Nelson Elevators, but her joy-riding was quickly squelched by hospital adminis- 
trator Stephen Papia. A much irritated Mr. Burke resumed his guided tour with his 
guest and took her to the laboratories. There Mike Shirley and Warren Terrell were 
making the acid test on white handkerchiefs (acid and handkerchiefs were purchased at 
the Champion and Carlman Pharmacy). No doubt you've witnessed this dangerous feat 
on television. After Alice had sufficiently plagued the staff, medical secretary Dee Curtin 
paged two hospital officials, Albert Ricard and Allen Questrom, to hurriedly escort the 
visitors OUT. 

If there's one place where you can find out what's going on about town, it's the 
newspaper office. Consequently next on the agenda was the Salamone Daily News. 
Stepping into the world of fire engine chasers, Alice was fascinated by the employees 
rushing from desk to water bubbler. She saw Millie Atkinson, Cookie Miller, and Sonya 
Youngquist busily click-click-clicking at the typewriters. Michael Gallant was feverishly 
finishing his "latest scoop," and Bob Garland was loudly snapping, "Copy boy! Copy 
boy!" George Goguen and Ronald West were setting up the type for the evening's 
exciting headlines, "LaVoie's Spaceship Leaves Tonight!" Alice was going to be on the 
flight, although she was unaware of it then. 

Soon Alice was whisked off to City Court where Judge Richard Farr was presiding 



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over the fiery Fred Sweet vs. James Cooke Trial. Mr. Sweet claimed that the archery 
king's stray arrows were leaving their marks in the Sweet apple orchard. Fred and his 
family just got fed up with apple sauce. The second case was the complaint of Fish 
Conservationist William Carter, who claimed that a certain home-made submarine, 
manned by James Arena and Mike Healion, was scaring the sardines in the Charles 
River. Lawyer Kenneth Brink won the case for Healion and Arena on the grounds 
that there weren't any sardines in the Charles and if they had the courage to navigate 
said river, they should do so. Stanley Gustavson, one of the jurors, indignantly retaliated 
and stated that he had caught many sardines in the Charles River. Everyone laughed; 
even the Fish Conservationist grinned. 

Next Councillor Burke suggested they visit the Waltham television studio, but Alice 
insisted they have dinner first. The emaciated look on her face persuaded Gerry to 
take her to Dave Taranto's Pizzaria. Alice just fell in love with the special pizzas pre- 
pared by Linda Campisi and Carolyn Simonetti. Sitting at the table beside Alice were 
Martha LaRosee and Marjorie Owens, the community's women journalists, with Hope 
Luder and Audrey Taylor, well-known portrait painters. Not that Alice was eaves- 
dropping, but she did overhear that Suzanne Bourque and Paul Mogan, idol of the 
middle-aged women, were appearing in a fabulous movie at Furlong's Fresh Air Theater. 
While waitress Helen LeBlanc handed Mr. Burke the check and the latter was placing 
the dime tip on the table, Alice noticed that President Richard Hohmann's head now 
appeared on the ten-cent piece. 

"Gee, seeing all my old schoolmates again is truly terrific," exclaimed Alice as she 
climbed into the limousine. Now to television station WHIZ. That zany comedienne. 
Joyce Doria, was in full swing before the cameras when they entered the stage area. 
Joyce was so shocked to see Alice that she dropped her microphone, tripped over the 
wires, and fell flat on her face. Network president Joseph Nason and cameraman Danny 
Piper slowly and meticulously began tearing their hair out. Alice did the only thing 
she could; — she turned and RAN — ran right smack into the adjoining studio where 
Miss Donna Carlstrom, our ambassador to Germany, was giving an address on the 
cultural exchange of ideas for world harmony. Well, Alice added her two cents worth 
to Donna's speech; Germany will probably never speak to the United States again. 
Wandering into the WHIZ newsroom, Alice was greeted by commentator Diane An- 
nunciata, who was celebrating her fifteenth anniversary in television. Alice stayed and 
heard the "News of the Hour." Newly appointed city accountants Dottie Savage and 
Carol Hudone were taking their oaths of office within the next week; the Pender 
and Maher Dental Laboratory was soon to open to the sheer delight of all the kiddies 
in town; and the La Voie Rocket was about to blast off. 

Alice began to sense something "BIG" was about to happen when Mr. Burke and 
several policemen escorted her to the car. The limousine was at its peak velocity, and 
Alice was bouncing back and forth and kept hitting her head against the giant ash trays. 
When Alice and her troup finally stumbled out of the car, Admiral Kevin Steede rushed 
up to them and personally escorted them to the La Voie Rocket. This important event 
was augmented by the presence of the Tenth Regiment of Cub Scouts, who were giving 
their twenty-one sling shot salute. Climbing aboard the Saturn-bound ship, the tourists 
were greeted by pretty stewardesses Lois Bomengen and Betty De Profio. This newly 
developed space vessel was in the capable hands of pilot Paul Whelan and co-pilot Eddie 
Le Clair. Alice knew this, but she still wanted to be reassured evcrv two seconds. Squirm- 
ing into her tiny seat, Alice noticed that next to her was Joan Dcnnehv. professional 
skier, and Maty Mareno. champion figure skater. After (.hatting with her companions, 
Alice decided to catch up on the latest social news by perusing the high-grade publica- 
tion, "U'c'n Passed the Joneses," edited by Irene Geoffrion and Man Mul.i 

"Fasten your scat belts, ladies and gentlemen!" A panicky Alice immediately strapped 
herself securely to the chair and cheeked to make sure she was equipped with an 
"ejector button." Here we go!" Alice tremulously mumbled with a meek smile on her 
distraught visage. On board the stewardesses served those luscious Luskin I for 

dinner. All in all the trip was quite enjoyable, but AIkc was seared to death and prac- 
tically glued herself to the "Emergency Door" during the no-gravity zone lapse. 

THUMP!!! We've stopped ! We've landed' Alice hystericall] streamed. "I want 
to put my feet on saturna firma! Alice gazed about her and was pleasantly surprised to 



discover a charming housing development situated near the space terminal. "Leavittown, 
Saturn! What do you know!" Alice couldn't believe that some of her schoolmates had 
moved this far out into the suburbs. Mr. Burke took Alice to the First Interplanetary 
Bank; President Frances Ordile and Vice-President Lois Murray showed her the gigantic 
vaults that cradled the space money. Alice was delighted when she saw that the currency 
was of that glorious green hue. At one of the larger deposit boxes, research plant presi- 
dent Barbara Bergantino was withdrawing several hundred dollars, her week's spending 
money. 

Joyfully leaving the bank a littler richer, Alice focused her eyes on the Permanent 
Wave, a beauty salon owned by Katherine Miminos and Barbara Ciavardone. Contemplat- 
ing entering the beauty parlor, Alice soon changed her mind upon perceiving the sign 
"We'll make you look the way you think you do." 

Alice was swiftly sped to the University of Saturn, and was graciously received by a 
distinguished gentleman sporting a pipe. He was Dean Robert Ridley. She couldn't be- 
lieve it; that is, she couldn't believe that Bob-ole-boy was smoking a pipe. Alice was 
treated to an exciting tour of the campus where she encountered professors Pauline Ryder 
and Eileen Jenkins. It was getting late, so Mr. Burke and Alice said adieu to Dean 
Ridley and proceeded to return to the rocket. On the way they stopped for refreshments 
at the three-ring sign of "Saturn Dry," owned and operated by Bobby Fegan, assisted 
by Nancy Maher and Phyllis Rousseau. Safely again in the space ship, Alice and the 
other passengers prepared for take-off. With the speed of light, in a cloud of dust, and 
a hearty "Hi-ho processed aluminum," the La Voie Rocket blasted off again! 

Whoosh!!! "Back to earth already?" our little darling asked. That they were, and a 
big surprise was awaiting Alice. Good-will ambassadors Shirley Dietrich and Bea Spilva 
hurriedly whisked her to a cheering crowd at the LeCain Lecture Hall. "What's this?" 
Alice gasped; "a birthday party for me?" It wasn't her birthday, but she didn't want 
to say anything that might cause a riot. Congressman Charles Mason arose, pacified 
the jovial mob, and, lifting his glass of Fay's Finest Fruit Juice, offered a toast to Alice. 
Sitting down to the delicious dinner prepared by the Chisholm and White Catering 
Service, Alice sampled the Baldaro Loaf Bread smothered with Olofson Oleo. "My, 
this certainly is a high class party," thought Alice as she observed Elaine Ritcey, founder 
of that famous hotel, The Ritzy, seated at the head table. The entire class of 1959 
was present to honor their guest; there was Anna Copson, Senator Mason's executive 
secretary, Hollywood celebrities Pat Gillis and Nellie Pouliot, and Indianapolis Speedway 
Queen, Linda Swenson. After everyone had finished his Stone-Cole Ice Cream Pie, 
Gerry Rizzo, noted dinner club lecturer, delivered an auspicious oration. Ruth Harris 
and Pat MacDonald, representatives of the magazine, "The Pacific Weekly," also spoke 
briefly. Entertainment was provided by Drummer Fred Hire and guitar-plunking Roger 
Melanson. Songstress Judy Vannasse exercised her vocal chords with her latest million- 
selling disk, "She was Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage Cha Cha Cha." Everything was 
utterly wonderful, classmate after classmate chatting and chuckling with Alice. 

In the midst of this gay social whirl, Alice began to feel peculiar, very peculiar. All 
about her was growing bigger and BIGGER. No! She was shrinking!. Inch by inch 
she was shriveling away to nothing, just getting teensier and weensier by the second. 
"Help, help!" Alice squeaked. "H-E-L-P!" 

Peter Anderson was shaking his wife Alice out of her disturbed slumber. "Were you 
having a nightmare?" Peter inquired. "Oh no," Alice quietly explained, "I was just 
dreaming of my friends in Walthamland." Considering the possibility that his poor 
wife might be suffering from an acute case of a wild imagination, Peter didn't press 
the issue but told Alice that their son Herman had been screaming for his Dougan 
Dairy milk for fifteen minutes. Peter couldn't possibly bring Herman Nature's perfect 
food, for his favorite program, the Quirk Quiz Show, was on television. Consequently 
Alice had to do the honors. She mounted the stairs, collected herself before the door 
of screaming Herman's room, and plodded in. "Okay, Herman, Okay! Here's your 
Dougan Dairy milk." "I don't want my Dougan Dairy milk!" Herman hollered, "I 
want you to read the story of Alice in Wonderland to me!" Alice collapsed. 

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the kind of future open to you. 

You'd do well to consider a career in elec- 
tronics . . . fastest-growing of all major in- 
dustries. Raytheon is the electronics leader 
in New England, offering interesting job 
opportunities at its many plants in the subur- 
ban areas around Boston. 



Raytheon's expansion means there will be a 
continuing need for bright, ambitious young 
people to work in a wide variety of fascinat- 
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graduating class are working here — and every one of us 
loves it." 

Telephone jobs are important 
ones. We have our own training pro- 
gram which you can enter without any- 
previous job experience. The pay is 
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STONE COMPANY 


MIDDLESEX MODERNIZING 

492 Medford St. 

SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

PR. 6-5981 

Products of Aluminum 

Windows — Doors — Siding 


BOB AND STAN 
TYDOL SERVICE 

WALTHAM, MASS. 


WAL-LEX 
HARDWARE 

858 Lexington St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 9-8999 




I RAY'S TASTY PIZZAS 


'ALSO DELICIOUS SUBMARINE SANDWICHES" 

MONDAY - SUNDAY 10:00 AM TO 11:3D PM 

TWinLrooL 1-7266 

KAY TOMAO 

I4B Prcspkct St -:- Waltham 54. Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

A. T. BALL 

Stationers Since 1887 

RECORDS TOYS 
PARTY GOODS 

609 Main St. 


Compliments 
of 

LEE DRUG 

395 Moody St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 3-6556 



Compliments of 



GUARANTY TRUST 



633 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 



IDEAL CONCRETE CO. 



232 LEXINGTON ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



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TW4-0240 Res. TW4-0244 

SULLIVAN'S 

Greeting Cards — Stationery — Toys 

Cigars — Cigarettes — Tobaccos 

Gift Wraps 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

J. F. SULLIVAN 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL 
AND OIL CO., INC. 

691 MAIN STREET 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


MULLANEY'S 
PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY, JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-3797 


Compliments of 

FILM 
FINISHERS 


Compliments of 

NEW ENGLAND STORES 

5c-IOc-$I.OO and Up 

852 LEXINGTON ST. 

WALTHAM 


A FRIEND 


Compliments 
of 

FOOTBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 


CARR'S 
SHELL SERVICE 

JOHN J. CARR, Prop. 

Bank's Square 
PHONE TW3-9405 962 MAIN ST. 



Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 
515 SOUTH ST. WALTHAM, MASS. 



A FRIEND 



ROUND UP 
FOOD STORES 

34 Warren St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 
TWINBROOK 3-9428 





Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATRE 



HTALTHAM 




ROOM 102 . . . MISS MacQUARRIE 




George Cooper 


Bernard ine Clare 


Thomas Cullen 


Charlotte Clark 


Thomas Keough 
Allan Kingsley 


Caroline Corning 
Virginia Custer 


Joseph Ledoux 
Garry Richards 
Bernard Scafidi 


Betty De Profio 
Shirley Dietrich 
Maty Erickson 


Kevin Stcede 


Lorraine Fouhv 


David Taranto 


Carol Guarente 


Janet Anderson 


Ann Luskin 


Loris Beaucage 
Lois Bomengen 
Patricia Capone 


Marvann Mula 
Marilyn Olofson 
Frances Ordile 


Yvonne Chiasson 


Beatrice Spilva 


Barbara Gavardone 


Norma Wcntworth 



Compliments 
of 



C. MALONE 
TRUCKING, INC. 



Best Wishes for a Promising Future to 
the Graduating Class of '59, and a 
Special Warm Wish to All of You Who 
are Members of TRACERLAB Families. 

TRACERLAB, INC. 

1601 Trapelo Road 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM PAPER 
& PAINT 



Compliments 
of 

LOPEZ TRUCKING 



Compliments 
of 

CLEVITE TRANSISTOR 
PRODUCTS 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



Phone TWinbrook 3-1184 



THE HAIR STYLIST 



651 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

To Be Well Dressed 
Be Hair Dressed 




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Compliments of 

WALTHAM PRECISION INSTRUMENT 

COMPANY 

221 Crescent St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 3-4000 



Compliments of 



HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 



Compliments of 

PAUL'S 
LUNCH 



Compliments 
of 

FARM BUREAU 

155 Lexington St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 3-3570 



Best Wishes! 

MAY YOU NEVER STOP LEARNING 



SUBURBAN SCHOOL 
FOR SECRETARIES 



14 Spring St. — Waltham — TW 3-3024 
CO-ED — OPEN DURING SUMMER — DAY AND EVENING 



Compliment's 
of 



COMPO SHOE 
MACHINERY CORPORATION 



125 ROBERTS ROAD 
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1959" 



Rings - Pins - Favors 
Medals - Trophies 



"JEWELER OF YOUR SCHOOL RINGS" 



ELLERY P. KOCH 

21 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Your School Savings Bank 



702 MAIN STREET 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 

FRANK J. MOONEY, SR. 

Insurance and Real Estate 

694 Main Street 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Best Wishes 



CITY LINEN SERVICE 



Compliments of 

CAROLE CLEANERS 

705 Moody St. 
WALTHAM 



BARBARA STONE 
DRESS SHOP 

"Style Without Extravagance" 

465 MOODY ST. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



JOHNSON 
JEWELERS 

653 Main St., Waltham 



TWinbroolc 3-3615 Formica Products 

NEW ENGLAND CHAIR CO. 

Manufacturers 
Dinette Sets — Breakfast Nooks 

577 Main Street 
Waltham 54. Mass. 



BOSTON WALTHAM 



MALDEN 




GUTHRIE 
GUTHRIE LUMBER CO. 

167 Lexington St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-1300 



SALAMONE'S SERVICE 
STATION, INC. 

1074 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

LOUIS SALAMONE 

Phone: TW 3-9660 




CASTOLDI'S 
GULF SERVICE 

49 Main St. 

MEDFORD, MASS. 

EX 5-9713 

Res. TW 3-7804 




Z)he Vux Shop 

• CDMPLETE LINE OF 

Jien*A 3o%mal Weal 



FLOYD HAMILTON 

RES. PHDNE. 

TWiNORDDK 4-5122 



230 California Street 

Newton, Massachusetts 

Telephone LAsell 7-D459 



TO YOU! OUR WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1959 



Congratulations and very best wishes to each of 
you as you become a Waltham High School Grad- 
uate and join its distinguished group of Alumni. As 
you pass this milestone in your quest for knowledge 
and understanding, we hope that it proves to be 
merely one of the stepping stones that will lead you 
to the highest possible education that is within your 
power to attain. 

Sincerely yours, 

Louis J. Kirsch Jr. 

and I 

Louis J. Kirsch 3rd 



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